Save time by eliminating unwanted junk mail and telemarketing calls. Avoid identity theft by staying on top of your credit. Save money by getting phone numbers from information for no charge. Avoid driving frustrations through being aware of current traffic conditions. Resolve internet retailer issues with a human being using hard to find customer service phone numbers. Save a life with the knowledge that help is out there for anyone’s needs, at any time.
Here are15 key toll-free telephone numbers to know to help make life a little easier.
Remove your name from the mailing lists of all three major credit bureaus thus removing the unwanted credit card solicitations from your mailbox.
Add your home and cellular phone numbers to the National Do Not Call Registry to stop the majority of telemarketing phone calls.
The Annual Credit Report Request Service allows you to go through a verification process and request one credit per year from each credit of the main credit bureaus: Transunion, Experian, and Equifax.
Avoid the $1.50 to $2.00 fees for inquisitive calls to 411 or information if you are willing to listen to a short advertisement before you hear the phone number you need.
Local reports on the 50 largest U.S. metro areas provide current and accurate traffic and road conditions.
Customer Service Phone Numbers
1-800-201-7575 – Amazon.com
1-800-322-9266 – E-Bay
1-888-221-1161 – PayPal
The Alcohol Hotline is a help and referral hotline for alcohol and drug problems available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
National Domestic Violence Hotline provides crisis intervention and refers to victims of domestic violence to local service providers.
The National Hopeline Network encourages anyone in crisis or having thoughts about suicide, to please call immediately and they will connect them to a certified 24-hour crisis center closest to their current location.
The National Sexual Assault Hotline is free, confidential and operated by the country’s largest anti-sexual assault organization, Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN).
1-800-227-8922 or 1-800-342-2437
The National STD Hotline offers referrals to local clinics and provides information on sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as gonorrhea, HPV, herpes, HIV/AIDS, and more.
Poison Help will connect individuals with a poison expert 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
This is the number to call in emergency situations when in need of an immediate or prompt response, such as a life threatening medical situation, a crime in progress, a fight or assault, or a burning fire.
9-1-1 is the most critical free telephone number to know to potentially save lives and educating children about its importance and how and when to use 9-1-1 is imperative. This list of free phone numbers is a good resource to keep handy in the case of a crisis, or simply if you simply want to save time, money or frustration.