United States Post Master speaks at Brentwood Community Council August Meeting

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US Post Office
Joe G. Zapata, USPS Postmaster, Los Angeles District

Joe.g.Zapata@usps.gov
(323) 586-1201

To sign up for Informed Delivery:
https://informeddelivery.usps.com

In response to questions about theft by mail carriers, Mr. Zapata said that all carriers begin as non-career and do not receive full benefits. All are background checked.

In response to late deliveries, he said that the goal is to deliver all mail by 5 pm. They have reduced late delivery considerably.

Regarding mail theft, there is a separate contact number.

How to Contact the U.S. Postal Inspection Service:

If you believe you’ve been victimized by a scam involving the U.S. Mail, you can get help by contacting your nearest Postal Inspection Service office in one of three ways:

1. Call 1-877-876-2455 (press option “4” to report suspected mail fraud).
2. Visit postalinspectors.uspis.gov to report suspected fraud online.
3. Mail your queries to this address:
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS SERVICE CENTER
ATTN: MAIL FRAUD
222 S RIVERSIDE PLZ STE 1250
CHICAGO IL 60606-6100

UNITED STATES POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE
WASHINGTON DC 20260-2169
ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED

Congressman Ted Lieu’s office has always been very helpful with reported USPS problems. Call 310/651-1040.

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