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post #16 of 82
Man, such reaction there. How can a person be so shameless to call the police when she is the one causing trouble. Hope you'll clear up this case.
post #17 of 82
YOU TUBE!
post #18 of 82


Lighten up, Francis...
post #19 of 82
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Originally Posted by intoflatlines View Post
........... "Kate" then quickly replied something along the lines of, "No threats, I meant that we have been threatened before while at work".

A-HA!!!


Corroboration for my theory that someone had gone postal on her in the past, and she was twitchy about it.
post #20 of 82
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Originally Posted by intoflatlines View Post
I think you're on to something here, actually. I'm just sick of the USPS ****ing me over with my service. I know that I'm not super important or anything, but it would make me feel better to at least write a few letters and make a few calls and do some whining and complaining rather than sit and take it. I don't care if they take my letters and don't even open them. I just need to know that I tried.
Fair enough, but the next time you get the cops call on you, you'd better end up in the can, like all of us hardcore Head-Fi'ers below. Enough of this mamby-pamby crap. I'm not recommending anything violent, but the least you could do is expose yourself. That trumps a letter any day.

http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f11/so...n-jail-251950/
post #21 of 82
You get 'em. Intolerable (but perhaps not wholly unexpected) behavior from a (quasi) governmental employee.
post #22 of 82
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Samgotit View Post
Fair enough, but the next time you get the cops call on you, you'd better end up in the can, like all of us hardcore Head-Fi'ers below. Enough of this mamby-pamby crap. I'm not recommending anything violent, but the least you could do is expose yourself. That trumps a letter any day.

http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f11/so...n-jail-251950/
I've been arrested twice. I really don't want to spend any time in an Uptown Chicago jail. No thanks.
post #23 of 82
They treat people like that because complaints like yours are completely useless unless you need to line your bird cage. If you could threaten Kate and her friend by contacting the people they work for do you think that would have happened in the first place? No way! Its a waste of your time and will get you nothing but lied to and put off until you give up. You think the government cares how employees treat the general public? Ya right.
post #24 of 82
IMO, 1 out of 5 postal employees are nice people. The other 4...
post #25 of 82
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Originally Posted by intoflatlines View Post
My girlfriend was right there, but she's probably biased.

Here's a copy of what I sent to USPS via their website. I am going to call them tomorrow and I am going to send paper letters to other officials. Unfortunately I will have to use USPS.. I'm just really pissed off.

"To Whom It May Concern:

I have an urgent issue that needs to be addressed immediately. Today, two USPS employees acted in an incredibly unprofessional and unnecessary manner to me. At approximately 7:00 PM CT, I checked the mail room in my apartment building. Two women were in the room putting mail away. Since I was on my way out, I asked them politely if I could retrieve my mail from my mail box. They immediately began acting very aggressive and condescending towards me, and refused to let me get my mail. I then asked them politely if I could have their first names for reference on my official complaint and they refused. At this point, I turned the video recorder on my mobile phone on, so that I could easily reference the employees when I filed my complaint. I asked once again if I could have a name for reference and one employee that later said her name was "Kate" immediately grew very angry and started to shout that she was calling the police. She called the police, complaining of non-existent "threats", which can be corroborated from my video footage. She also at one point touched my mobile phone physically, which can also be seen on the video footage. The police came and the employee told them that I was making threats against her, to which the police officers asked "Threats? What were the threats?". "Kate" then quickly replied something along the lines of, "No threats, I meant that we have been threatened before while at work". It is very unprofessional that "Kate" lied to the police about me, and it is very poor behavior for a government employee to show such unprovoked animosity towards a taxpayer like myself.

For simplicity's sake, there are more details that I will provide once I am contacted about this issue.

I do not appreciate being harassed by Postal Service employees, nor do I appreciate having the Chicago Police Department called to my high rise residence, causing a large dramatic scene, ruining my night, wasting my time, and causing me embarrassment. I trust that this message will reach the right place, and I will forward copies of this complaint to other authorities in hopes that something of this nature never occurs again.

I request to be contacted as soon as possible about this issue. I can be reached at (...) ...-...."


I actually do have video of part of the incident. I doubt anyone in the USPS will do anything to help me out, but I'm just pretty furious right now.

I mean, my mail doesn't even get finished until like 7:30 PM?? And if I have to pick up a package from the receiving room, I need a package slip, which the USPS puts in my mailbox, but the package room closes at 7:00 PM? WTF..
Believe me the US postal service will not do you any good.They will stick up for their own.Besides the postal workers in my area's hours are from 8AM to 5PM .Then they go home.
post #26 of 82
Quote:
Originally Posted by intoflatlines View Post
My girlfriend was right there, but she's probably biased.

Here's a copy of what I sent to USPS via their website. I am going to call them tomorrow and I am going to send paper letters to other officials. Unfortunately I will have to use USPS.. I'm just really pissed off.

"To Whom It May Concern:

I have an urgent issue that needs to be addressed immediately. Today, two USPS employees acted in an incredibly unprofessional and unnecessary manner to me. At approximately 7:00 PM CT, I checked the mail room in my apartment building. Two women were in the room putting mail away. Since I was on my way out, I asked them politely if I could retrieve my mail from my mail box. They immediately began acting very aggressive and condescending towards me, and refused to let me get my mail. I then asked them politely if I could have their first names for reference on my official complaint and they refused. At this point, I turned the video recorder on my mobile phone on, so that I could easily reference the employees when I filed my complaint. I asked once again if I could have a name for reference and one employee that later said her name was "Kate" immediately grew very angry and started to shout that she was calling the police. She called the police, complaining of non-existent "threats", which can be corroborated from my video footage. She also at one point touched my mobile phone physically, which can also be seen on the video footage. The police came and the employee told them that I was making threats against her, to which the police officers asked "Threats? What were the threats?". "Kate" then quickly replied something along the lines of, "No threats, I meant that we have been threatened before while at work". It is very unprofessional that "Kate" lied to the police about me, and it is very poor behavior for a government employee to show such unprovoked animosity towards a taxpayer like myself.

For simplicity's sake, there are more details that I will provide once I am contacted about this issue.

I do not appreciate being harassed by Postal Service employees, nor do I appreciate having the Chicago Police Department called to my high rise residence, causing a large dramatic scene, ruining my night, wasting my time, and causing me embarrassment. I trust that this message will reach the right place, and I will forward copies of this complaint to other authorities in hopes that something of this nature never occurs again.

I request to be contacted as soon as possible about this issue. I can be reached at (...) ...-...."


I actually do have video of part of the incident. I doubt anyone in the USPS will do anything to help me out, but I'm just pretty furious right now.

I mean, my mail doesn't even get finished until like 7:30 PM?? And if I have to pick up a package from the receiving room, I need a package slip, which the USPS puts in my mailbox, but the package room closes at 7:00 PM? WTF..
Send me a link to the video after it goes up on YouTube...
post #27 of 82
Next time you see her give her the windmill, that will give her something to call the cops about.
post #28 of 82
some people are real *******
post #29 of 82
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Originally Posted by uraflit View Post
some people are real *******
X2
post #30 of 82
I need to see this video, it is going to be hilarious.
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