USPS continues to argue against access to the Amazon contract

The USPS again argues to the should not get access to the Amazon contract: There’s nothing in it that would support the allegation that USPS is illegally giving Amazon packages preference.


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If there’s nothing to hide then why not release it. Denying it kinda justifies the concern!

The most important packages in my office is Amazon Amazon Amazon, gotta get those Amazon packages delivered. Even if you have to work the subs seven days a week for weeks on end. People are quitting left and right because of Amazon. I’m retiring soon because of Amazon. If it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t mind working a couple more years but I’ve had enough.

And because so many of the 60 available hour are expended on Amazon only the rest of the paying customers see their products not delivered 6 days a week. no more Amazon Sunday or pushing pieces from Amazon ahead of others until guaranteed Monday through Saturday deliveries for the “public service” is accomplished

I have made a FOIA request from the USPS relating to the USPS contract with Amazon. This request pertains to my small business operations near Cincinnati, Ohio and relates to the request made by your small-town post office. Small business owners like me are unable to post their complaints and frustrations about large corporations like Amazon due to the sway that they have over the media. For example, I am unable to post my views Reddit on the Amazon forums in a straightforward and respectful manner. I was removed from the Amazon Reddit forum just by posting this:  The only… Read more »

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