800-846-5279 is an Equifax phone number to call if you’d like a quick and direct connection to a live person. The only additional question you will be asked on this line is whether you want to go through a survey at the end of the call.
888-202-4025 is an alternative phone to call. It is described by Equifax as a phone for business customers but it also has an option to speak to live person.
When you call 888-202-4025 phone number you will receive following options.
- Landlord needing to access files for potential tenant – press 1
- Declined business account based on your Equifax business report – press 2
- Licensed business calling to report consumer financial data – press 3
- Telecommunications or utility provider – press 4
- If you’re a licensed business interest in establishing Equifax account – press 5
- If you’re calling about personal credit report – press 6
You need to select option 6 which will connect you to live person right away.
Additional Equifax Phone Numbers
1-888-766-0008 to report fraud
1-800-685-1111 to retrieve your Equifax credit report
1-866-349-5191 to dispute your Equifax credit report
1-866-640-2273 for customer support (it is an old number and may not be available now)
Below are the steps to get to the live person on Sprint phone support.
Call 1-866-866-7509 number
Depending on what phone number you’re calling from you may have following different choices:
- Select 1 for new Sprint customer
- Select 2 for existing Sprint customer
- Select 3 for Sprint device activation
- Select 1 for existing Sprint customers
- Select 2 for new Sprint customers
- Select 3 to check status of your order with Sprint
After that, you will either be asked to enter your Sprint phone number (if you’re calling from non-Sprint phone or landline) or you will be asked to wait on the line for next available service representative.
Other Sprint service customer numbers
Phone number: 1-(888)-211-4727
Service hours: Monday-Friday 6:00am-11:30pm CST, Saturday-Sunday 9:00am-11:00pm CST
Sprint Chat Customer Service
6 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Central Time, Monday – Friday
7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Central Time, Saturday and Sunday
Available at https://sprint.com/chat
IRS is a very busy government organization. Calls to it could sometimes take several hours. And if you didn’t prepare some important information you may have to call again after all the wait.
So before proceeding with the call make sure that you have all information required for your question with you. Besides that, you will need your SSN (social security number) ready for a personal return and EIN for a business return. Our advice is to have your tax return ready in front of you for the year you’re inquiring about. Your last tax return will help too since they may ask some verification questions based on it. For example, there could be quite a lot of verification questions if you’re calling IRS about a change of address.
Now when you have all the documents ready, make sure to allocate enough time for a call. I never had it done faster than an hour and sometimes it took several hours. If you are calling via mobile phone make sure it has enough charge. It would be quite disappointing if it will die right when you are about to get your issue resolved. Having charger handy won’t hurt too.
Check that you will be calling right number. Depending on your question number could be different. Also if you are calling about specific IRS form make sure to look for a number on the form that you received. Typically IRS will have it there. Calling a wrong number may waste a lot of time since you won’t figure it out until speaking to a live person, and IRS agent may not be able to switch you to a right department.
Below are some phone numbers depending on the deparment and form you’re calling about:
800-829-1040 – IRS Tax Help Line for Individuals
800-829-4933 – Business and Specialty Tax Line
800-829-1954 – Refund Hotline
800-829-3676 – Forms and Publications
800-829-8310 – Underreporter Cases for Small Business/Self Employed (SBSE) Taxpayer (CP2000 form will have this number)
800-829-3009 – Underreporter Cases for Wage & Investment (W&I) Taxpayer
Since IRS phone system is changing very frequently we won’t provide you with any shortcuts since most probably they will be wrong. But we have a good advice to shorten your time with all the choices. Take a pen and paper and write down selections that you make during the call. There are typically many of them and knowing right selection will help you to get through without listening to the entire prompt.
Now you should be ready to make a call to IRS. Good Luck!