Our robot waited on hold with US Postal Service for GetHuman1636930.

Saving null of hold time on Nov 27th, 2018

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Received an email saying package was delivered on ******** at *:**pm. No pack... (and similar issues)
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Progress Toward Getting GetHuman1636930 a Rep

Our robot worked hard to get GetHuman1636930 a rep. Here's how far we got:
Dialed US Postal Service's phone number.
Navigate the phone maze to the customer service department...
Wait on hold, enduring any bad hold music and up-sell advertisements...
Call back as soon as a representative can talk...
Back to sleep until help is needed again...

How this service works

This is our most popular question, and it deserves a complete answer. GetHuman has been building free tools for consumers since 2004 to help combat the frustrations of customer service. Large brands like US Postal Service don't always staff their call centers with enough people to answer your call promptly. Technology has made it easy for companies to handle the support needs of more customers by putting them in long hold lines, but is that really fair to the customer?
As one of our many free tools available to all customers, we built this service: a robot that waits on hold so that you don't have to. Some companies occassionally try out a "call-back" service as part of their customer phone operation, but it's very inconsistent. Our robot actually dials US Postal Service's phone number, presses the numbers to navigate the ever-changing phone menu, and then sits and waits on hold for you. When an agent picks up, it calls you back and connects you.
Doing this is pretty expensive for GetHuman. We actually make all those phone calls with real phone numbers and accounts. And millions of customers use GetHuman every month. This service is our largest cost center every month, and the only way we're able to afford it is by showing ads on the website. So if you've ever wondered why we show ads, it's so we can provide this service free to you. We don't think you should have to pay to avoid the hold music and the waiting.
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GetHuman1636930 used the GetHuman Phone to request a call from US Postal Service
Tuesday, Nov 27th, 2018 @ 02:50pm

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