We do so much online nowadays. We can shop, manage our finances, make sporting bets, sell that old table that has been gathering dust, buy our car insurance or watch the latest TV shows. However, sometimes these remarkable online services can run into problems. The website could go down right at the point of payment, your account could be hacked or your order could go missing in the post. This is incredibly frustrating as we really rely on our online services and they can be particularly problematic where money is concerned. One of the worst things that could happen is that you have chosen your product, be it insurance, a mobile phone or a new dress, and then right as you go to pay, the website says ‘server error’. So, you order again only to find that the first payment went through, so you get charged twice. The last thing you want to do in this instance is rely further on online services to resolve the problem. Luckily, we have a lot of contact numbers for the customer service departments of all of your favourite online services.
When you look to start university, you will use UCAS an awful lot, particularly on results day as you look to see whether you got into your first choice university. We have provided the UCAS contact number, so you can get the answers you need. If you want to move house, you may decide to look initially for property on Rightmove, before deciding that you want to book a viewing but would prefer to speak to someone- we have got the Rightmove phone number. If you are single, you might turn to online dating, only to find your profile hacked. We have the customer services number for Match.com, so you can get back out there as soon as possible.
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