In this earlier note, I refer to the automated e-mail that you’ll get if you e-mail me asking to find a geographic alternative for a particular 1890 / 1850 / 0818 number.
This e-mail provides some tips on how to seek out a geographic alternative number without my assistance. If you do manage to find it, it’d be great if you e-mailed me back to share what you found so that I can share the information with everyone else.
Here’s the e-mail:
This is an automated response.
If you’re sending geographic alternatives, I will update the website asap.
If your’re asking about alternative, can you please first check this web page – http://bit.ly/krHGPD – if it’s there, then I cannot find an alternative.
Otherwise, could you please:
1. Go to the Contact page on the website of the company, find the number you have now. Is there a “from abroad” number? Companies provide these numbers also while promoting their 1890, 1850 or 0818 numbers.
2. Do a Google search for the number. Sometimes other websites will provide alternatives for numbers.
3. If you haven’t sent me the 1890 / 1850 / 0818 number, I won’t be able to find an alternative. Please do so now.
If you’ve found the number, e-mail me I’ll share it with others. If not, please bear with me.
If I can find it, I’ll let you know. And if I can’t, I’ll ask the website users if they can help.
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