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    Site Tells You How To Reach Customer Service Rep

    We've all been there. You call an airline to book a flight, but you have to listen to dozens of menu options and voice-mail messages before finally finding the option to speak to an actual agent.As more and more companies turn to automated computers to handle consumers' questions, one Web site shows you how to bypass the annoying messages and speak right with a person.QuickBase.com's Find-A-Human service lists toll-free phone numbers for dozens of companies and tells you what numbers to dial to reach a live customer service rep.
    For example, when you call American Airlines press zero twice, then say "agent." If you have questions about your T-Mobile bill, just dial your phone number.

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    Nice find. Thanx for the tip.

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