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Usps Oceanside User Reviews Phone and Tracking Number

Post office in Oceanside, California User reviews

Jonathan Grayson
While a single star rating is the lowest I can give, it seems appropriate given that the terror that the passport application czar invoked on my daughter will last ~about~ the lifespan of a star, or around 10 billion years. I didn’t quite catch his name, but I’m pretty certain it was Rumpelstiltskin. If you were to take all the overwhelming sadness and contempt within the US postal service workforce and squeeze it to its purest essence, then let it ferment under the kitchen sink for a few years, you’d have the origin story of the passport application czar at this office. Go elsewhere, or risk a lifetime of irreversible emotional damage.

Erinn Tobin
Wow, great experience. Went in on a Saturday shortly before close to ship a wood working project. Fedex was going to charge me $170 for 7 day shipping and USPS only cost $70 for 2-3 day priority. The gentlemen at the counter were so friendly and helpful. Definitely going here first in the future.

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Joe VanDalsem
I mail LOTS of boxes that I print my own postage for. And unless I wait in line, and make a point to request that the box gets scanned, the package wont get scanned. Tracking always shows “label created” until my package is actually delivered and scanned upon arrival. Why don’t they scan boxes that are dropped off in the bulk drop off areas?.

Usps Oceanside Phone number and maps

Address: 1895 Ave. del Oro, Oceanside, CA 92056, United States

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Hours:

Friday 8:30AM–5PM
Saturday 8:30AM–2PM
Sunday Closed
Monday 8:30AM–5PM
Tuesday 8:30AM–5PM
Wednesday 8:30AM–5PM
Thursday 8:30AM–5PM

Phone: +1 800-275-8777

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Maranda
The package I sent my dad which was a pretty large box was set at the bottom of his mailbox by a (substitute) carrier instead of the regular carrier that delivers to my dads area. I called the office to speak to the carrier and supervisor about where the package was and the supervisor stated that if a package was delivered in an location which wasn’t secure, it should’ve been left at the post office for him to pick up.

Unfortunately since the sub carrier delivered the package in the wrong place (not even inside the mailbox but behind a log near the mailbox), NOW ITS MISSING and my dad now won’t get his sentimental Christmas present that I sent him 🙁 please educate your workers on what to do with large packages!!!!

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