I walked into the location with two boxes to ship. Both containing well packed fragile items. There was not good signage in the store as to which counter to go to for shipping. I had to move to a different counter. I was greeted by the associate. The first thing she asked was if she could open the boxes to inspect how the items had been packed for shipment. I told her "no." She at that point seemed indignant to my refusal to let her open the boxes. She asked what was in them. I told her it wasn't her business, but the items (dishes) were fragile, and if "fragile" stickers could be placed on the boxes, it would be appreciate. She asked again what was in the boxes, and I replied with "dishes." She then asked if the packing material was all around the box and again, if she could open the boxes. I said they were packed well enough for shipment and if she shook the box, the dishes wouldn't rattle, and no, for the last time she could not open the boxes. She then asked if I shipped a lot of dishes. I told her no. She asked how the dishes were packed, one on top of the other, or standing on their sides. I informed her they were on their sides. She informed that there was insurance that came with each package for free of $100 so the total for the two boxes would be $200.00. I said that was fine. She then asked to scan the back of my driver's license, I said no, and asked why that was necessary. She said it was to automatically input a return address. I told her the address on my driver's license was not a good return address. She asked for a good return address, so I told her it, then she asked where it was going, etc. Once all the information was entered, she asked that I review the information on the screen twice for confirmation without checking that the information had actually appeared on the screen. Once the information had appeared on the screen, the amount of insurance was only $100.00, I asked why it wasn't $200 and she said it was per shipment, and I asked then why did she tell me per box? She said we can do separate shipments if you want. At that point I just wanted to get out of there. She set the boxes on a side counter and I inquired about the fragile stickers getting put on the box. She responded with, "I will get to it before the boxes are picked up." I said, "I would prefer if they were put on sooner rather than later so no one forgets." She responded with, "Well you can stay here and wait for me to put them on if you want." She helped another customer, who needed to grab some other information from their vehicle then went and put the stickers on while she was waiting for the other customer to return. In my opinion, if a box comes in and the sender tells the associate that it is packed well and just needs fragile stickers, the sender should not be harassed with multiple requests to open the box to try and upsell services. And then to be asked if I shipped dishes often was out of line in my opinion. Once I said the items were packed well, the issue should have been dropped. Also, the associate should have been clear that the insurance of $100 was per shipment, not per package. And why couldn't the fragile stickers have been placed on the boxes when it was first requested? Needless to say I will not be visiting this location again, and I will gladly pay the post office $70 to not be harassed.