Ten tech company’s customer service numbers and a hidden method of determining wait times

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When you need help, always find contact info on the company’s official website. Even that isn’t always easy. Luckily, I did the digging for you. Stop Googling! Here are 10 numbers you might need. It’s very dangerous to Google search tech company phone numbers. Scammers work the system to get spoofed websites and phone numbers as the top search results via ads.Tap or click to see a YouTube ad scam that almost fooled someone in my family.

Tech businesses don’t want to talk to you, in case the lengthy wait times and elusive data don’t make it abundantly evident. Here’s a little-known fact I bet you didn’t know. If there is a problem with an order or anything else, Amazon can call you. For the hidden location on Amazon’s website, tap or click here. You can utilise the chat feature on a website, but you shouldn’t trust it because of scammers. To identify a Facebook chatbot fraud that steals login information, tap or click to look for warning signs.

Highlights

  • Meta (Facebook and Instagram): 650-543-4800 (Heads up: It’s hard to get someone to answer); Go here for Facebook support. Go here for Instagram support. Now, what if you need to contact a company not on this list? As I said, your best bet is finding a contact number on the company’s official site. You can also try this trick. FILE – The exterior of a Google store photographed on June 09, 2022, in Berlin, Germany. ( Jeremy Moeller/Getty Images)

  • Instead of waiting for a response to an online form, try calling. Know that the wait times may be long. (Keep reading for a smart way to see just how long.) I also included links for those of you who would rather use a contact form or chat service. Amazon: 888-280-4331; Go here for Amazon support.

Learn about all the latest technology on The Kim Komando Show, the nation’s largest weekend radio talk show. Kim takes calls and dispenses advice on today’s digital lifestyle, from smartphones and tablets to online privacy and data hacks. For her daily tips, free newsletters and more, visit her website at Komando.com.

If you don’t want to deal with finding a number yourself, Get Human can help. Just type in a company’s name to see contact information. You can browse or search for the company numbers. Select the brand from the dropdown results, and you’ll go to a listing page with the details you need to get in touch. A warning: The site is full of ads you should never click. Skip the buttons that claim to prompt a call or chat automatically. Grab a pen and paper and write down the number. FILE – In this photo illustration a Twitter logo seen displayed on a smartphone screen with Twitter logo in the background. (Nikolas Kokovlis/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

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