USPS Complaint - Long journey
I live in Houston, Texas, and on the morning of 5 July an eBay seller mailed me a Priority package from Macon, Georgia. It arrived (per tracking) at Atlanta that evening (makes sense), then it arrived on the morning of 7 July in Toledo, Ohio (make no sense), and on the evening of the 7th it arrived in Romulus, Michigan (I have never even heard of this place) and that was the last heard from although it would appear that the package is attempting to escape to Canada. A USPS representative, absolutely refusing to acknowledge that this appears an unusual route for a Priority package, coped out by saying that Priority mail can take five business days. That would place it here by Saturday. The problem with that is all mail for Houston, the fourth largest city in the nation, must always first touch down at Dallas-Fort Worth. Despair thy name is USPS.