CHICAGO (WLS) — U.S. Postal Service customers in some Chicago neighborhoods have reported mail deliveries up to weeks behind schedule, and some say the delays might be causing credit issues.
On Wednesday, a visitor to the Roseland Post Office recorded a heated exchange between a USPS employee and customers waiting to get their mail.
LaReese Jeffries took the video as her mother tried to get a package that USPS and Amazon notices indicated would be ready for pick up after Sunday. They were unsuccessful on Wednesday.
“People shouldn’t have to come and be lined up in this post office, circled around inside the building and outside the building to get their mail,” said West Pullman resident Allie Rea Jackson.