I was talking to a student today, and she stated how easy it was to get help and resolve her concern with the educational program.. Betty stated that she was going to have to call a few more companies and would most likely never get through!
I told her a place to start is the Gethuman Database. Sent out an e-mail with the information.
One of the best specialty lists I’ve found is the Techbargains Vendor Info. The list primarily covers technology retailers, but they happen to be the ones that tend to make it hardest to find their customer service numbers.
Hard to Find 800 Numbers has a fairly small, but growing list of numbers and cover a wider range of company types.
The Internet 800 Directory is worth a try.
If you can’t find the toll-free customer service number you are seeking on those lists you can try a custom search on Google. For more: Locate those Hard-to-Find Toll-Free Customer Service Numbers By Lee Seats, About.com
I hope you find them useful as well!
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