Royal Mail East Oxford Delivery Office located at Ledgers Cl, Oxford OX4 6HA, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0345 602 1021

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Sharon Bromley

5 Google Rating

Staff very helpful and friendly - some of them must have the patience of saints dealing with the man

5/ 5

Staff very helpful and friendly - some of them must have the patience of saints dealing with the many rude customers I have witnessed in there. ITS NOT THEIR FAULT THERE ARE QUEUES, AND ITS NOT THEIR FAULT YOU DIDN'T BRING CORRECT ID ETC They do their best for you. The woman who regularly works there is awesome. You can now drop off your parcels here if you have printed the postage yourself, they also have the print a label service here. You can even take your signed for post here now and my parcels always arrive quicker after dropping them off here than when i drop off at a normal post office.

Paul Vanags

4 Google Rating

This place has got a lot better recently, they accept Royal Mail parcels for postage and have the Am

4/ 5

This place has got a lot better recently, they accept Royal Mail parcels for postage and have the Amazon no label returns service too. It's a shame they don't take non Royal Mail items for postage (you have to go to a normal PO for this), but generally they are good. They do get busy as I think they have a massive volume of parcels to get through, but I have never had to wait too long - I think some of the reviews on here are a bit harsh!

Katherine Steiner

3 Google Rating

Basically fine, usually a queue, staff fine. Would really benefit from some bike racks. You can get

3/ 5

Basically fine, usually a queue, staff fine. Would really benefit from some bike racks. You can get lots on a bike with panniers/a trailer and there is nowhere secure to lock one up.

Madalena Cruz

1 Google Rating

Disgraceful services, very bad customer services with very arrogant attendance. So, I got a postage

1/ 5

Disgraceful services, very bad customer services with very arrogant attendance. So, I got a postage parcel ( an A5 size envelope), delivered to my husband and my name. Started with the attendant refusing my citizen card, because didn't have my husband's surname on it. I reply that I don't need to have it, and the lady asked for my passport which I explained that by law I don't need to have my married surname on it neither ,as I use double barrel (-) and the postman didn't wrote it down to the postcard. Instead of asking for any proof of my married name, with the postcode on it, the rude lady turned to her colleague and shouted ( post office was full of customers)- "..... can you came here, as I cant deal with this?".... Surprise surprise...young lady...thats not your right career option then, if you can't deal with costumers. Colleague came and again on and on because my identification didn't have my married surname on it. I end up calling my husband ( was inside the car) to proof his surname.....with a debit card?????!!!! Is that a proof that he was the right person? No signature required thou. I have three questions in here.....can I collect any postage/ parcels on my neighbor behalf? Doesn't need to have my name on it right? Just signature and ID ! So, why I was refused to collect my parcels just because I use double barrel married surname? And how can someone check ID in a debit card?( Next time I borrow my husband's as we share same forename initial ) . Give some training to the staff and teach them that in this country we don't need to change our name by deed pool after marriage, we can use it legally. And last.....that was because I've shown my citizen card instead of my British passport? Very rude, racist and disgusting customer service.

Chris Bullmore

1 Google Rating

Huge queue...at least 20people. Initially only one member of staff on duty .

1/ 5

Huge queue...at least 20people. Initially only one member of staff on duty .

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  • Monday07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Tuesday07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Wednesday07:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • Thursday07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Friday07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Saturday07:00 AM - 02:00 PM

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