That will be Poczta Polska. Just go to the post office where registered mail and parcels are usually left for that address and ask there.
The 'don't leave an advice slip' scam is common with Polish postal workers. They claim to have left slips and then wait two weeks for the person to come collect their parcel. Because the person doesn't collect the parcel, it it then returned to sender. Or at least it should be, in reality it is stolen by a postal worker.
Is Poczta Polska the same thing as Pocztex? I'm trying to figure out what type of service this is and how to contact them. Is Poczta Polska the same type of establishment as here in the US where we have USPS, UPS and FedEx?
I went to www/poczta-polska/pl earlier and couldn't really find a location in the citi that I mailed the package to. I guess contacting the headquarters, which I think is in Warsaw, could do the trick?
The person I sent the package to just recently moved so I don't think she knows what service is used in that part of the citi. The move was in the same citi so I can't imagine that it would be a different firm, but I guess the neighbors will know.
There is an option to call the post office and pick up the package in person, correct?