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Mail Carrier Etc - 9 Reviews - 3288 21ST St, San Francisco, CA - Post Offices Reviews - Phone (415) 648-4620

Mail Carrier Etc

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3288 21ST St
San Francisco, CA 94110
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(415) 648-4620
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Best

Have a box with them for over 6 years and find them always helpful and friendly.

Worst

Terrible!!! They will over charge you beyond reasonable amounts. I recently thought I would send a FedEx envelope to Japan from here. They charged me $80 in cash. I checked in...

Conartists. They will charge you double or more 1/22/2010

Terrible!!! They will over charge you beyond reasonable amounts. I recently thought I would send a FedEx envelope to Japan from here. They charged me $80 in cash. I checked into it and FedEx only charges $47.86. I was beyond upset. I felt like this was a ridiculous mark-up. I demanded a refund and they gave me 75% or $60 back. Please don't support this business! Pros: only a block or two.. Cons: EVERYTHING. They will overcharge you! more

To me they are GREAT! 9/23/2009

Have a box with them for over 6 years and find them always helpful and friendly. more

Works for me because of location, but service is only adequate. 4/7/2008

The location makes this place work for me. Pros: For me it is a good location. Cons: Variable service treatment. more

friendly, great service 2/19/2008

I've had a mail box here for a couple of years, and I've been very happy with the service. more

Consistently cold and unhelpful, bad hours 4/19/2007

I'm done with these people. The owners have never been the slightest bit friendly to me despite me having patronized them for several years. They never offer suggestions on ways to minimize shipping. I've had to ask about each specific method and then decide. Why not be a tiny bit helpful? The last straw, the male owner nearly refused service to me because I had my assistance dog with me. I explained quietly that it's the law that he has to accept a service dog in his establishment and he proceeded to yell at me about how it's his business and he can do what he wants to.... congratulations buddy, you've gotten your wish of getting me to go somewhere else. Pros: Convenience Cons: Unfriendly, cold service, bad hours more

Worst hours imaginable 3/17/2007

I've had a postal box at this place for the past year and i've only been able to check my mail about 5 times. I would not have purchased a box at this location had i known their hours were so horrible. they close at 6:00 on the weekdays, which is a bit frustrating, especially if you have any sort of commute for work. They are only open 4 hours on Saturday, and that is only if they feel like showing up. They say they are closed only on the last Sat. of the month, but quite often, they are closed for whatever reason they see fit. This week, I was expecting an important package, so I called on friday to make sure they would be open. I was assured they would be. Guess what they're not open. Cons: Unless you're unemployed, you'll never get your mail or packages more

So convenient 1/22/2007

I've had a mailbox here for a few years, and I find them friendly and convenient. I get packages here and don't have to be home to sign for them, and when I need to send something, there's hardly ever a line. Pros: Fast, friendly neighborhood service Cons: No USPS after 5pm more

great postal service! 12/4/2006

This is a great place! First of all - how many post offices do you know where you can come in and out in 5 minutes! There is usually no queue there and they don't charge any additional fee for mailing like agencies in the city. Victor , who manages the place is a very nice guy. I find him extremely friendly and helpfull as well as all his workers. Pros: friendly, faster than post office more

what's really going on here? 12/6/2005

I live next door to this place, and our whole household believes there's something amiss with the mail carrier, etc. Not only are you more likely to post a letter at the adjacent grocery store, but there's not a drop of kindness to be had in the store. Today was the last straw, though. I rush in 5 minutes past five, the lights are on, the doors are open, and there's two people milling around talking. I've had a long day, and all i ask for is one measly little stamp, and the guy tells me to walk 5 blocks in the rain to the post office. Now that i think of it, last time i was there during regular business hours and i still couldn't get a stamp. What kind of mail store doesn't have stamps? Cons: mean, nasty, can't mail anything more
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Editorial

  • Storefront offers packaging materials, courier, FedEx and U.S. Postal services in the Mission.

  • 2/23/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Payments:

    Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Northeast, Nob Hill, Mission, Central East
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