India Post is located at Shailendra Education Society, Swami Vivekananda Marg, Shiv Shakti Complex, Dahisar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400068, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with India Post and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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sanjiv yadav

1 Google Rating

Very bad experience bad behavior with customer they are always talking in there cell phone and ignor

1/ 5

Very bad experience bad behavior with customer they are always talking in there cell phone and ignore the people who stand in que very very poor service

Aniket Chauhan

1 Google Rating

They don't have manner at all They trash talk to every people who call them or visit there office I

1/ 5

They don't have manner at all They trash talk to every people who call them or visit there office I had noticed this in their in office.

Darshit Kothia

1 Google Rating

Very bad customer service.... Very Disappointed....

1/ 5

Very bad customer service.... Very Disappointed....

Vinay Faria

5 Google Rating

Place is clean outside as well as inside. Work is done easily.

5/ 5

Place is clean outside as well as inside. Work is done easily.

Parth Gutka

3 Google Rating

It's good the staff is polite enough but not that great an can do better

3/ 5

It's good the staff is polite enough but not that great an can do better

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