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How do I "really" get in touch with Microsoft?

By jamescr ·
Background. I suspect that when I "use" Bing that a third party is monitoring my activity. My primary Browser is Mozilla FF. I tend to use Google as my primary search engine. However, I find at times Bing does a better job with their street/aerial views. It seem lately that every time I use Bing or Choose a Bing view through Virtual Globetrotting my spam catcher receives 2 or 3 invitations to chat via a Windows Live Session. I don't know these people and it is annoying. I never contact these people and their email gets plonked anyway. But I am just "Curious Yellow".

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well you could always

by .Martin. In reply to How do I "really" get in ...

turn up at MS

16011 Northeast 36th Way, Redmond, WA‎

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re: Really get in touch with Microsoft

by jamescr In reply to well you could always

I am searching for a technical telephone number. I was not trying to be snide. Thanks for the quick response. By the way I could have googled the address. I thought that with the numerous guru's around here that someone would have a tech telephone number.(Direct)

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all their info can be found here:

by .Martin. In reply to re: Really get in touch w ...

http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/cu_sc_more_master?ws=mscom#tab1

or to make it easier for you:

1-800-Microsoft (1-800-642-7676)

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