Contacting H&R Block Customer Service Center
H&R Block is a tax preparation company that provides service year round to individuals and businesses. The tax company works with customers to prepare income tax refunds. Customers can choose to visit an H&R Block physical location or use the official website to prepare tax refunds online. Customer service is available in both cases.
There are a few bits of contact information, including the H&R Block phone number listed on the contact page. Phone contact is the quickest way to resolve an issue or file a complaint. Customers can also choose to contact H&R Block customer service by email or standard mail.
Phone Contact Numbers
The H&R Block phone number is listed, but there are no customer service hours. There is also no location for the customer service department, so customers are not given any idea of whether the service center is on eastern, central, mountain or pacific time.
- H&R Block Customer Service: 1-800-472-5625
H&R Block lists a customer service mailing address, but this address should not be used for sending tax documents or financial information. You can contact your personal H&R Block representative or your local H&R Block business for more information on where to send tax documents if applicable.
H&R BlockOne H&R Block WayKansas City, MO 64105
Visit http://www.hrblock.com for information on the company or to start your tax return. You can start tax returns before the end of the tax year, but you cannot file the return until the tax department approves incoming tax returns for the current tax year. You will be notified when you can submit your tax return – typically in January of the following year.
Customer Service Email
There is no email address to contact H&R Block customer service, but there is an email contact form. The form is available at http://www.hrblock.com/company/contact/index.html as a pop-up window. Simply click on the Send an Email link located to the right of the mailing address. The email form is auto-filled to send the email to H&R Block Bank, not the tax department. This could be a technical error.
The automated system explained the process of speaking with an agent in detail. Customers should press 0 to speak with an agent. In less than 45 seconds we were speaking with a representative. The conversation surrounded around voicing concerns relating to discrepancies of a tax return. We asked if we contact the IRS or H&R Block. The agent explained customers will need to contact both in order to attempt to resolve the concern.
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