Postal workers claim USPS managers force them to falsify package deliveries

SALT LAKE CITY — United States Postal Service employees are saying that USPS managers force employees to falsify delivery information on packages, in order to keep up with on-time delivery rates.

The employees said the delivery rates directly correlate to manager salaries.

Customers around the Salt Lake Valley have voiced concerns on social media that packages shown as ‘delivered,’ don’t arrive for another one to three days on their doorstep.

West Valley City resident Candace Bennion said recently, the USPS showed it delivered three packages to her. While one package arrived, the other two were nowhere to be found.

Source: Postal workers claim USPS managers force them to falsify package deliveries | fox13now.com

  • will cliff

    Scanners are driving people insane,to sit at a computer and track your package from start to finish is insanity ,get a life,the package will get there.many things can happen,visible damage,put in the wrong mail box,most give it back to Carrier the next day if not ,they kept the package themselves or like the video explains ,falsifying records,if the parcel is of value ,send it registered or signature confirmation,All you box trackers are driving your Post office workers to quitting a could be great job ,the last thing they want is 10 to 20 people a day asking where is my package as your Carrier may have up to 200
    parcels yet to be delivered,stop the nonsense,play a game,,have a beer ,over 95%of parcel get where it has to be.

  • will cliff

    PS ,the POST OFFICE DID FINE WITHOUT SCANNERS FOR OVER 200 years,WHAT A WASTE OF MONEY,CLERK SCANS SHOULD BE THE ONLY SCANS , OUT FOR DELIVERY Keep the manager away from scans.

  • nightworm

    wow… its not hard to scan and deliver. It makes our product more desirable. What a bad attitude. Customers some times have a lot of money involved or need an item for a certain time/ event. The tracking information if entered correctly should lower how many calls and questions you get as they can see the answers for themselves. TERRIBLE ATTITUDE… Thankfully most carriers can see this.