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What are ways to contact Yahoo?

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Yahoo! Inc.'s corporate headquarters are located in Sunnyvale, California, and their customer service department can be contacted by phone at (800) 318-0612 as of September 2014. Other methods of contacting Yahoo depend on the product with which the user needs help.

An American multinational corporation with millions of customers and users, Yahoo fields thousands of phone calls and help requests every day. Accessing Yahoo's Help Central through their website allows users to select the product for which they need to make contact. It is also possible to visit the company's Twitter and FaceBook pages and request online assistance with a problem. In addition, a fax number of (408) 349-3301 is provided, and Yahoo's corporate office is located at 701 First Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA  94089.


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