Have you ever felt the need to contact Google only to find out that the company that is present everywhere on the Internet is hard to come by?
It feels strange that such a big company has no public support hotline but only email and forum supports. Google support employees exist but their contact information are not available directly on the Internet. It boils down to the fact that they can contact you at anytime but you cannot contact them directly.
This article tries to answer the question who to contact at Google if you need to do so to get your question, request or proposal answered as quickly as possible.
Let us start with addresses and phone numbers of Google offices throughout the world.
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Those are the only phone numbers and addresses that you will find. Most of the support requests are handled via email, forums and web forms.
Google's Help Center is the starting point for users who need help with Google products. This usually involves clicking through a series of support questions before a web form is displayed to contact Google.
Head over to the official Google support website that contains links to all help related forums that Google maintains.
Feedback forms are another option to contact Google.
Google Contact Page [link]
Some users had success contacting Google employees directly on their personal websites, on Twitter or on websites where they left comments.
Do you have Google contact information that are missing from this page? Let us know in the comments and we will add them to this page.
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