Mail carriers accuse USPS of faking Amazon delivery records so customers don’t get free stuff

ATLANTA (CBS46) -Getting an Amazon package after it’s due may come with a silver lining.

CBS46 is uncovering how post offices in every corner of metro Atlanta are running behind schedule on deliveries, and if you’re expecting to get something important in the mail, it’s frustrating.

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But, what if your late mail could help you get something for free?

If you order a package through Amazon Prime and it doesn’t come by 8 p.m. on the day it’s due, a former mail carrier tells us customers get secret perks.

“Amazon is supposed to give you a month of free prime,” says the former carrier. The woman who left her job at the post office earlier this year asked us not to reveal her identity, because postal workers sign forms promising never to talk to the media.

She told CBS46 her former supervisors at the post office gave her specific instructions to misrepresent delivery times because, she says, they know what’s at stake if Amazon packages are late.

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6 thoughts on “Mail carriers accuse USPS of faking Amazon delivery records so customers don’t get free stuff

  1. The woman signed forms promising never to talk to the media about USPS, while talking to the media about USPS. Her credibility went out the window with this one. In addition, she relayed hearsay information from her previous supervisors. They never tell the truth, their credibility has never been evident.

  2. C’mon…seriously?

    I used to create fake back dated agendas for “service review meetings” to cover use of my Govt VISA to get the PO to buy liquor and meals for myself and my lackies which were way over the Per Diem rate all the time.

    As former PMG Donohole told me,
    ” ‘f the OIG. We don’t get any petks. They got a problem with it I’ll talk to them over a PO funded steak dinner”.

  3. That happened to me at 92374 ,404 New York St. station. A package from Amazon supposedly to be delivered on Sunday, the package had been dropped ship to that station prior. Well, no carrier came but the tracking data show ” Attempted, not home”. The package required no special endorsements, meaning just drop and go.

    Amazon no longer rely on USPS to handle their volume.

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