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If the wait is long and the hard-to-find numbers aren’t clear enough, I’d say: Technology company don’t want to talk to you.
Here’s a secret that I bet you don’t know. You can have calls on Amazon friend If you have problems with your order or anything else. Tap or click here for a secret location on Amazon’s website.
You can use the chat function on a website, but scammers have made those people hard to trust. Tap or click for a red flag to spot a Facebook chatbot scam that steals credentials.
When you need help, always find contact information on the company’s official website. Even that is not always easy. Luckily, I’ve dug for you.
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It is very dangerous for Google search technology company phone number. Scammers use the system to get fake websites and phone numbers as top search results through ads.
Instead of waiting for a response to an online form, try calling. Know that waiting times can be long. (Keep reading for a clever way to see how long.)
I also included links for those of you who want to use the contact form or chat service.
Amazon: 888-280-4331; Go here for Amazon support.
Microsoft: 800-642-7676; Go here for Microsoft support.
Apples: 800-275-2273; Go here for Apple support.
Google: 650-253-0000; Go here for Google support.
Tesla: 888-518-3752; Go here for Tesla support.
Year: 816-272-8106; Click here for Roku support.
Samsung: 800-726-7864; Go here for Samsung support.
PayPal: 888-221-1161; Go here for PayPal support.
Zoom: 888-799-9666; Go here for Zoom support.
Now, what if you need to contact a company not on this list? Like I said, your best bet is to find a contact number on the company’s official website. You can also try this trick.
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Find customer support and wait times
If you don’t want to find the number yourself, Get human can help. Just enter the company name to view contact information.
You can browse or search for company numbers. Select the brand from the drop-down and you’ll land on a listing page with the details you need to contact.
A word of warning: The site has a lot of ads that you should never click on. Bypass the claim buttons for automatic call or chat prompts. Take a pen and paper and write down the number.
Luckily, it’s easy to tell which number to use – the big blue number on the left side of the screen. You’ll even see the current timeout and the best time to call.
Now you’re armed with the information you need, no need to search on Google. Speaking of which, here are seven things you should never look for on Google.
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