Posted by Ace on May 16, 2001 at 15:33:41:
In Reply to: clarification re weird markings posted by candy on May 16, 2001 at 13:26:35:
No hostility intended. As you said, it's "clearly a post office error." As long as you have copies of everything, and the post office is telling you they will rectify the situation, then I'm assuming that's the end of the weirdness factor.
Your last question in the previous post was asking about who screwed up -- I thought you were asking us to figure it out???
In any case, I think tensions are running high because of your anxiety over this PAR issue. I wish you well, no ill. Bye.
: : Since we're not in on what the post office deemed "weird markings," well, we have no idea who "screwed up." Post office sounds like it's going to handle redelivery so there should be nothing further on this.
: Whoa--getting a bit hostile there. No need for that. By "weird markings" I meant there were weird markings put there by the post office. My package was correctly addressed and had the correct postage. It was clearly a post office error. I am sure that if it was a DHCR error it would have been marked "refused."
: Yes, hopefully there should be nothing further on this. The DHCR tells me that if the thing is kicked back to me I should hand deliver it, which is a pain but I guess I have no choice.
: It may seem like a lot of trivia to you but I have an important case jeopardized by a post office error.
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