June 14, 2023
PostOfficeReview.org, a new platform dedicated solely to the review of the United States Postal Service (USPS) locations nationwide, announced its official launch today. The website, founded by Jim Mastrangelo and Bob Vidra, allows users to share their experiences at more than 31,000 USPS locations nationwide.
The inspiration for the site came from Vidra’s personal experience in Incline Village, where two rural post office locations offered vastly different service levels. “Our time is important, and finding a better location to mail packages or get a passport is extremely helpful,” Vidra said.
The platform is easy to navigate. Users can search for their local post office by zip code or city. Once they find the profile page for their chosen post office, they can rate it on a scale of 1 to 5 stars and leave comments about their experience. To maintain the integrity of the reviews, all posts are reviewed and moderated before being published.
Unlike other review platforms, PostOfficeReview.org focuses solely on USPS locations, allowing users to find the most detailed and relevant information for their postal needs. “Sometimes driving an extra mile or two will make all the difference,” Vidra added.
In addition to reviews, PostOfficeReview.org also features a User Questions and Answers section where users can share tips about specific offices, such as the best times to visit or when a rural post office takes lunch. The site also includes a news section to keep people updated about the latest developments, like passport fairs and changes at the post office.
The platform maintains a strong commitment to user privacy and security. Users can sign up with a username of their choice and an email address, and the platform also supports single sign-on with a Google or Facebook account. PostOfficeReview.org collects as little data as possible and adheres to all best practices to ensure secure user information.
“PostOfficeReview.org is here to simplify your post office experience,” Vidra said. “Our user feedback will help guide people to a better service experience, which in turn will help USPS and its customers.”
For more information, visit www.postofficereview.org.
Source: EIN News