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USPS Shelbyville Louisville KY 40207 Phone Number Reviews

USPS Shelbyville Louisville KY 40207 Phone Number Reviews

Mary Head
I do not go into post offices much these days since we have the ability to pay bills electronicallySo I was caught speechless when I visited this office today The staff were louder than any bar or restraunt I’ve even been to They literally were yelling so loud back and fourth and having a partyNo dress code or uniform policy anymore Call me old but work ethic and personal appearance does not exist in government facilities anymore They need to chill out and speak in normal tines. I do not care to hear about your baby’s daddy’s new girlfriend Keep your personal business out of the customers lobby please.

Post office in St. Matthews, Kentucky Maps

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Address: 4600 Shelbyville Rd #126, Louisville, KY 40207, United States

Hours:
Friday 9AM–6PM
Saturday 9AM–1PM
Sunday Closed
Monday 9AM–6PM
Tuesday 9AM–6PM
Wednesday 9AM–6PM
Thursday 9AM–6PM

Phone: +1 800-275-8777

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USPS Shelbyville Louisville KY 40207 Reviews

Douglas Wethington
Place is very unprofessional.3 days and no mail delivery.have been waiting 3 days for them to deliver package with my medication.each day I get a different excuse as to why it wasn’t delivered.this has happened on more than one occasion too.they don’t even bother to answer the phone anymore.dont understand their I don’t care attitude.i’d give this place a minus 10 stars if I could.if you people can’t deliver the mail in a timely manor,or deliver it at all,maybe you need to get some one up there that knows how to do their job.

Manuela Mattingly
This review is not really for the post office, as in their actual building and staff working the counter, more so it is for the carrier we have currently and the failure to get our mail delivered. We have had zero mail service in three days now. According to my email notifications aside from bills etc, I was supposed to receive package from a pharmacy from NJ with my medication. Guess what I don’t have? Any of it. Three days. Nothing. Nobody will pick up the phone to explain why we do not get our mail. And it’s not just me, it’s my neighbors as well. One does not have to wonder why the post office is in trouble. Lack of service will put any business out.

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