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Jan - 15 - 2006
Nicole C. Engard

There are 2 very handy resources I need to tell you about. One I’ve known about for a while and one I just found today.

Ever get annoyed with those automated systems where you have to hit a hundred different numbers before you get a person? Well this IVR Cheat Sheet from Paul English will solve all of your problems. It includes the shortcuts to getting a person on the phone at over 250 companies!!

Now – what if you don’t know the 800 number to get in touch with the company? Well you can use the Hard to Find 800 Numbers guide. Top hard to find numbers include: Amazon, Microsoft and Yahoo.

3 Responses so far.

  1. elfie says:

    I also read on the google blog that you can use google to find them.

    Put in phrases like customer service or area codes like 800, 888, etc. and search the company’s website.

  2. elfie says:

    I also read on the google blog that you can use google to find them.

    Put in phrases like customer service or area codes like 800, 888, etc. and search the company’s website.

  3. [...] My husband just got a new Dell and has been having a horrible time getting support – so I searched my blog to find the handy cheat sheet I posted about – only to find that the resource had moved. Here’s the URL for the IVR Cheat Sheet. [...]


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