US Postal Service / USPS Customer Service Number, Toll Free

United State Postal Service or USPS Customer Service Number / USPS Toll Free  Numbers etc. are available on this page. It will help the customers to ask questions and discuss queries with the official support department of USPS.

USPS Customer Service Contact Numbers / Details

The customer service number of USPS can used for various purposes. Find the contact details of nearby postal service office, postal related information, delivery inquiries, problems, suggestions, feedback, reviews etc. details.

USPS Customer Service Number – 1-800-ASK-USPS / (800-275-8777)

The customer service representatives are available from Monday to Friday, timinga are 8:00 am – 8:30 pm ET. On Saturday you can find the staff from 8:00 am – 6:00 pm ET. Sundays and holidays are closed hence contact on the give number from Monday to Saturday only.

USPS Toll Free Number – 1-800-222-1811

This number has also the same contact timings like the above number. But it is a toll free number. So, the US callers will not be charged for calling on this number.

To track and confirm the postal / parcels, you can contact on this number by using the tracking number. Even, if you item has been lost and you want to claim it. Then also you should follow this toll free number of USPS.

USPS Technical Support Email ID – uspstechsupport@esecurecare.net

As you can also take advantage of internet operation service provided by USPS. But in case you are finding it difficult to work through the website of the organisation. Then you can contact the above email Id and lodge you complaint.

Important Links

Official Website – www.usps.com
It is the official website of the organisation which can be used to get advanced information about USPS.

EMail Support – http://faq.usps.com/adaptivedesktop/faq.html?ef=USPSFAQ&dest=EmailUs
Use this link to get the email customer service support on behalf of the USPS. It will provide you an form to send a mail directly to the customer service department filled with your inquiry.

Comments (3)

  1. Brendan

    I signed up on your webpage for a USPS account so I could
    Purchase postage and what not. Well after providing my phone number
    (Which I NEVER DO OR HAVE DONE), only because it said I have to, I’ve been getting
    Multiple Telemarketing calls daily. This has NEVER happen before I provided
    My number to you on our website. I’ve called your toll free number only to wait what felt like years to speak with someone and twice I’ve been disconnected without talking to anyone . The other time I waited 2 hours and was told you were “closed” and had to call back. I WAITED 2 hours!!!! I need someone to call me ASAP, pref a supervisor or someone from your IT DEPT. I will go out and beyond to make this public. I will file law suites, complaints with the FCC, better business bureau, attorney general. I will not stop until you contact me and deal with this.

    • Ryan Seacrest

      Do you really think the government gives a rat’s ass? These people are unaccountable bureaucrats putting in their time until they get their retirement check. Hell, some of them barely speak English.

      • ICT DCO

        You both are just angry people. You obviously are not keeping up with the latest and greatest news–the USPS now has 4 customer care centers in the U.S. Sadly the wait time has been lengthy and we are trying to reduce that time. All good things take money and you may or may not be aware but the USPS is in a financial bind.

        May I suggest you contact you congressman and complain to them about the inefficiency of the USPS. Complaining about the employees isn’t going to correct the problem because they aren’t the problem.

        Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe is doing everything he can to make his crony Darrell Issa happy by doing what Issa wants which is to privatize the USPS. Then you really will have something to complain about.

        If you’re going to demean someone at least have enough smarts to demean the people who as Ronald Reagan use to say are the deciders. That is not your letter carrier or the support staff that get your mail to your carrier.

        Use your heads.

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