Just finished up a post office shop that was in a grocery store. The cashier asked if I needed a receipt. I said yes and she gives me a handwritten one. Yikes! So needless to say, there is no weight on the receipt. Has this happened to anyone else?
I had a "B" scenario shop today. Didn't notice until I was doing the report that the clerk did not charge me for the box. She asked if I needed to pay for the box, I said yes, she scanned it, but it didn't show up on the receipt.
I used the shop to fulfill a customer order for multiple copies of my cookbook, so was a win-win.
Have PV-500 & willing to travel.
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It has been two days since you first posted-------->have you turned in your report yet? Did you report exactly what happened in the PO? Has your scheduler gotten back to you? What proof to you have for visiting the "right" PO? What mail class did the clerk charge you for? I am going to assume it was a Regular box shop------->how does you scheduler know if you were within the 18 oz limit? Did the clerk write her ID on the receipt?
Was this your first PO shop? If it was then .......no harm, no foul. We learn from our mistakes.
How did you fill in those blanks on the survey? I mean weight was not the only question that one needs the receipt for.
I am surprise she would conclude by selecting to write a receipt when she has a register right there. >>>>>>I thought if I asked for a register receipt it would mark me as a shopper so I didn't. <<<<<<<<