GetHuman

By | April 23, 2019
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GetHuman

How many times have you wanted to contact a company by phone or email and after hour searching you either couldn’t find a phone number, you were besieged by fake spam ads, popups, false support phone numbers, or just could not find any correct contact information at all!

Yes, lots of hands going up out there.

We just discovered GetHuman, and while it’s not perfect, it is the perfect place to start in your quest to find the correct contact information for almost any large company.

We all know that big, rich corporations do their best to make it difficult for us little guys to contact them. Some (many!) actually outsource all their support services to people who don’t speak or barely speak English. This is a great way for those companies to avoid the very people who made them successful: You and I.

But not to worry. No rambling from us today. Some of you grammarians already think we’re one of the aforementioned companies who barely speak (or write) English.  That aside, we’re not going to ramble on about GetHuman. But we will tell you this: If you’re looking for a phone number, email address or specific contact information for a large company, take it from us – you’ll save a ton of time by starting your quest at GetHuman.

You don’t have to sign up for anything to use GetHuman, however, well let you read what GetHuman has to say about that:

Contributing Stuff

You may visit and run basic searches on the Service without registering, and you do not need to register to view information, data, and content, including posts (generally, “Stuff”) created by us or by other users or provided by third parties. However, you must register with us to generate your questions, comments, responses, data and other posts, other material and information, and associated trademarks and copyrightable works (such data, information and content, “Your Stuff”). Please refer to our Privacy Policy, incorporated herein by reference, for information about how to register with us and how we protect your personal information.

We do our best to curate the information we receive from others, but we cannot promise that product or service descriptions or other Stuff on this Service is accurate, complete, reliable, current, or error-free. If you are dissatisfied with the Service, please email us at hello@gethuman.com. Your only other remedy (and our sole liability) with respect to any dissatisfaction with the Service, these Terms or the Privacy Policy is to cease using our Service…

So dear friends, all that that little screed means is this: If all you want to do is find phone numbers, email addresses and other contact information from big companies that almost seem to be hiding from you, then GetHuman is the first place you’ll want to look.

It’s “Show and Tell” time folks!  Here are a few screenshots to give you a quick preview of GetHuman before we send you on your way.

Cloudeight Site Pick - GetHuman

Cloudeight Site PIck - Get Human

GetHuman - A Cloudeight Site Pick

Get Human - A Cloudeight Site Pick

GetHuman is a site you’ll want bookmark – or at least commit to memory – we have a feeling we’ll all be using it often!

Visit GetHuman at https://www.gethuman.com/

 

4 thoughts on “GetHuman

  1. Gail Bartley

    Thank you so much for the link to the GetHuman site! I bookmarked it because there are times when I need to get in touch with a human. You guys are awesome!

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  2. JonInOz

    Hi TC & EB,
    GetHuman is needed in Australia, by the time one has pressed 2 for service, 1 for a department, 2 again for one of four choices, Accounts through Faults, Technical and otherwise with robotic voices then tell The Voice “Customer Service” — abruptly, listen to a ring tone and annoying ‘music’ for 10 minutes then receive a greeting from a human in Asia, India, South Africa or other remote country who speaks a form of English which is in no way comprehensible.

    First though, we need to find humans who are redundant but they cannot help, most companies are operating their businesses in Asia or India due to the extremely low cost of paying local employees … man who work in Customer Service Offices. 🙁

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  3. JonInOz

    Oops ….. man should have a ‘y’ on the end, because one letter makes a man ‘many’.

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  4. Serviceprinter

    Awesome information. It is very good and informative article. Get Human is needed in Australia, by the time one has pressed 2 for service, 1 for a department, 2 again for one of four choices, Accounts through Faults, Technical and otherwise with robotic voices then tell The Voice “Customer Service” — abruptly, listen to a ring tone and annoying ‘music’ for 10 minutes then receive a greeting from a human in Asia, India, South Africa or other remote country who speaks a form of English which is in no way comprehensible. It is very useful article of the business, and commercial blogs. I will share in this post.Thank you.

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