Nathan Grodowitz knows numbers.
“I’m probably one of the most organized people that the post office has to deal with,” said Grodowitz, who has filed a formal complaint with the USPS.
As a racecar computer engineer, he’s constantly analyzing data and watching the clock, waiting for his expensive and highly-important technology to arrive.
“I know mail, I know shipping. And I know when it’s not working right.”
That’s why he was on high-alert when his high-tech computer, which he had been expecting, showed it had been signed for and delivered but wasn’t on his doorstep.
“Normally I order stuff and I expect it to be on time and I am incredibly conscientious for when it arrives,” he said.
Surveillance video Grodowitz has shows a postal worker coming up to his door and trying to drop off his package. The only problem is it’s a full hour-and-a-half after official USPS documents show it had been delivered