New Mexico USPS Window Clerk Gets Prison For Embezzling Over $80,000

ALBUQUERQUE (August 18, 2011) – This afternoon, a United States District Judge sentenced Yolanda Vallejos, a 48-year-old resident of Albuquerque, to a two-month term of imprisonment to be followed by three years of supervised release for her conviction for theft of federal government property. Vallejos also was ordered to pay $97,025.44 in restitution to the […]

Louisiana Postal Clerk Charged With Stealing Over $114,000

MARY MADER, age 48, a resident of Harahan, LA, was charged today in a one-count bill of information with misappropriation of postal funds relating to the U. S. Postal Service, announced U.S. Attorney Jim Letten. According to the bill of information, from approximately July 1, 2008 through July 14, 2010, while employed as a U. […]

Update: USPS Retail Survey Lacks Privacy Act Safeguards?

Update regarding  USPS Retail Survey Lacks Privacy Act Safeguards? The POS Identification Number “was only used at the aggregated level. The survey has now been discontinued.” Meaning? Yet two days later, it is still online and working. If you leave your POS ID # blank, it states: “Text Response is Required.” There is still no […]

USPS Proposed Changes To Retail Network Will Impact Customers And Clerks

The postal service is currently considering several changes that will impact Clerk Craft employees and customers. The USPS intends to test a new Retail Network prototype at the L’Enfant Plaza office in Washington, DC. The pilot will include a complete renovation of the unit, with plans to add split counters to make interaction between retail […]

Un-Merry Christmas For 27-Year Postal Employee Fired After Failing Window Training

Postal Employee Fired 5-Days Before Christmas Just an overview of the letter below: The Walnut Creek (CA) Post Office changed 16 mail processing jobs of the most senior employees to window/distribution clerks (Sales, Service & Distribution Associates). The employees were told after becoming senior bidders on the re-posted duty assignments that passing window training will […]

NAPUS Takes Issue With PRC’s “Public Rep” Suggesting USPS Privatize Its Retail Offices

From National Association of Postmasters of the United States (NAPUS) On February 12, 2009 NAPUS filed reply comments with the Postal Regulatory Commission in response to a document that the Commission Public Representative submitted in early February. In this February 2cd document, the Representative suggested that the USPS privatize “most of the Postal Service’s tens […]