Fountain Inn, SC Post Office

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290 Mccarter RdFountain Inn, SC 29644

(800) 275-8777

I called this post office on November 26, 2012 to ask a question about forever stamps. It took 20 rings befone a woman answered. I told her i had a…

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Aim Mail Center

3. Aim Mail Center

8595 Pelham RdGreenville, SC 29615

(864) 288-2669

From Business: AIM Mail Center of Greenville is your destination for First-Class Business Services. Located at 8595 Pelham Rd Ste 400, we save you time and money, offering all t…

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jack.barrett.9026 rated
I called this post office on N...

I called this post office on November 26, 2012 to ask a question about forever stamps. It took 20 rings befone a woman answered. I told her i had a question about forever stamps whereupon she snapped "what the h-- is you question". She had a stong northern accent. I telephoned again to talk to the post master, she told me he was not in. I asked for my call to be returned and told her I had a complaint about her attitude and lack of phone manners. She reluctantly took my phone number and said she would tell the post master to return my call. People who were born and raised in this neck of the woods in SC do not need smart remarks from northern transplants. I will pursue vigorously my complaint concerning this agent even if I have to contact the Postmaster General or my congressman. I will not stand for bad northern manners. If this agent cannot be cheerful and helpful she needs to be discharged and told to move back north where thest types of manners are commplace and accepted. I am particularly chapped about this since postal agents are unionized. Get her out of SC!

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