This post will teach you how to get a person and human being on the phone when you call 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777).
Below are many different ways that have worked to get a human on the phone. While many might not work anymore, you can always try it.
I try to keep up to date with the latest way to get past the automated crap. If you find this article and figure out the most recent way, leave a comment about how you did it.
I will see your comment and accept it and update this post with how you got it to work. We are a team against the ridiculous USPS phone system that want to help other people!
Before Calling, Try USPS Social Network Support
Since they always make it more difficult to get a real person on the phone, maybe try to contact them on social media.
To contact a live customer service person from USPS on Twitter click: USPS Help Twitter page and click “Message” to send them your message.
To contact a live customer service agent from USPS on Facebook go to this link: USPS Facebook page and click “Send message” to send your message.
Most Recent (February 2020)
Get to a live person fastest: For tracking a package / talking to a human about tracking a package. If you want to buy stamps, press 2 or say “Stamps” then say “Representative”. Listen and wait for it to speak. If you input anything before this it won’t do anything. Press 1 for tracking a package or say “Tracking.” Say “Representative” and you will be transferred to a rep
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Its’ design is simple, its ads are virtually non-existent, and it’s virtually free to use, yet Craigslist routinely posts earnings in the multi million dollar range.
This begs the question “how does Craigslist make money?”
As it turns out, they have a pretty clever way of raking in the cash without anyone being any the wiser and turning it into straight cash with a few old, simple business tricks.Read More »How Does Craigslist Make Money?
Ah, Craigslist. The eternal 90s place to find missed connections, used VCRs, and roommates.
It might seem kind of crazy to find a place to live and people to live with on a website that doesn’t even have a modern design, but people do it all the time.
Craigslist is by far one of the most popular places to find a roommate.
When you need to save money, a roommate can be ideal. You’ll feel the immediate impact on your wallet from splitting rent and utilities.Read More »Craigslist Hacks to Find the Perfect Roommate Who Won’t Murder You
What do you do if someone copies your Craigslist ad and reposts it? Can they get in trouble?
The quick answer is, unfortunately, no.
Since Craigslist is a free classified website where the ads expire after a certain period of time, the ad you post will not fall under any copyright laws.
You can’t legally copyright your ad.Read More »Someone Reposted My Craigslist Ad and Won’t Remove It
Here’s some Craigslist Madison, Wisconsin information for selling online.
My website gives you free tips to be successful at selling on Craigslist.
I briefly touched on the subject of pricing items for sale on Craigslist in my eBook, however, I will go into a little more detail in this blog post.
Craigslist buyers love to find a bargain and they love to negotiate prices.
This can become annoying if you are selling a lot or plan to sell a lot on Craigslist, but it just comes with the territory.Read More »Pricing Items to Sell on Craigslist
If you aren’t part of the Craigslist community, you may be missing out on a wealth of opportunities as well as the chance to know more about the situations in your local community.Read More »How to Get Involved in the Craigslist Community
Craigslist is a website designed for local, person-to-person sales. However, if you post enough items for sale on Craigslist, you will occasionally get people that will want you to ship an item.Read More »How to Ship Items to Craigslist Buyers Using Bonanza