This website contains a collection of 800 numbers for common services for many different companies. The goal is to help users or customers find a business 800 number that will provide access to the information they seek. If you are trying to look up a customer service representative, or just need to talk to someone, chances are that you need the correct 800 number. Use this site to search for that number.
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Customer Service Directory AssistanceThe site is comprised of numbers for major brands, including numbers for individual service lines within each company. For example, our listed customer care numbers for a bank might include more than just the main customer service hotline, but also numbers for lost ATM cards, check account balances, etc.
We have a number of airlines, banks, phone companies, hotels, utilities, and more!
Search Toll-Free Phone Numbers
The goal is to help users or customers find a business number that will provide access to the information they seek. If you are trying to look up a customer service representative, or just need to talk to someone, chances are that you need the correct 800 number. Use this site to search for that number.
Start your search here or here:
Phone Menu (IVR) Transcriptions
In addition to providing the numbers for each business, we also display in writing the options you are presented with when you call the number in question. Almost all customer help numbers are automated – callers will be presented with an interactive menu of options to choose from. When you call the number, the first thing you hear is usually something such as “Please listen carefully as our options have recently changed…”
We have provided a transcription of these phone menu options (sometimes referred to as an interactive voice response). This is what makes this website unique.
The image below explains the layout of each company page and the concept behind the site.
Scan through the transcriptions before you call, and then you will know if the number at hand will provide you with what you want. The idea is to save you some time.
Why do we do this?
The written transcription should make it easier for you to get the answer you need. Whether you need to speak directly with a human or find something else, you can scan the transcriptions before you call.
Then you will know if the number will provide you with what you need, or exactly what buttons to press to get through faster. This should save you some time and confusion, as many of these IVRs can be very long and convoluted (which is why most users want to speak with a human customer service representative.