The Washington Post Phone Numbers and Emails

Toll-Free Number:

  • (800) 477-4679

Customer Service:

  • (202) 334-6100
  • (800) 627-1150

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The Washington Post Help Center:

Corporate Office Address:

The Washington Post
1301 K Street NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20071
United States

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Other Locations:

600 California Street,

San Francisco, CA 94108, US


123 N Wacker Dr, Suite 1225 ,

Chicago, Illinois 60606, US


800 Boylston St,

Boston, Massachusetts 02116, US


20 W. 22nd Street,, 17th Floor,,

New York, NY 10010, US

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The Washington Post Rating Based on 127 Reviews

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2.7
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Summary of The Washington Post Customer Service Calls

2.4K TOTAL
CALLS
02:41 AVG CALL
DURATION
23% ISSUES
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Top Reasons of Customers Calls

Consumers Call the Most From

Why Do People Call The Washington Post Customer Service?

Shipping and Delivery Question:

  • “Non delivery”
  • “Delivery hold”
  • “Suspend delivery”

Activation/ Cancellation Question:

  • “Cancel digital subscription”
  • “Canceling my online subscription”
  • “Cancel paper temporarily”

Payments and Charges Question:

  • “Billing”
  • “I have not been receiving the coupon inserts”
  • “Subscription payment”

Product/ Service Question:

  • “Subscription”
  • “I need to order a gift subscription today! Been trying for 2 days!”
  • “Bank withdrawal”

Request for Information Question:

  • “Checking on bill”
  • “How much does it cost to publish an article in the Washington post”
  • “NE NEGOP convention is happy now. Add you had a reporter call me on Friday I need to talk to her ASAP”

Account Question:

  • “Can husband share digital account”
  • “Can't log in”
  • “Help with password. You are not accepting my updated password”

Staff Question:

  • “Pause service”
  • “Horrible servicer”
  • “Service suspension”

Return/ Replace Question:

  • “Change addressed”
  • “My pasport that was return to them”
  • “TemporaryChange address”

Cards Question:

  • “Change credit card number”
  • “Need to change my credit card number”

Refund Question:

  • “Refund”
  • “Cost of my subscription. I have paid $100 for one-year, but a friend just told me it should be only $30 because I am a retired teacher and professor. Could I get $70 refund?”
  • “I paid $29. For subscription; friend paid $100. for subscription for me . Please send refund of $100. since I am periodically blocked from reading and I am tired of it. I will stick with the Times.”

Other Question:

  • “To advertise selling my car”
  • “Your employees are dumping yall papers”
  • “Need a single newspaper”

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The Washington Post Pros and Cons

Pros: Paper content very good, Good articles, No pros, Best newspaper in the nation, I love all the articles

Cons: Poor customer service, Problem is not being solved, Poor customers service-problem is not being solved, Unable to read, Nothing to mention

Summary

The Washington Post is a daily newspaper. It was founded by Stilson Hutchins in December 1877. The headquarters is based in Washington, D.C., USA. The newspaper daily editions are published for Virginia, Maryland, and District of Columbia. It usually contains photos in color, and in black and white. Nash Holdings LLC is the owner of The Washington Post. The newspaper mainly specializes in articles about national politics including the reporting on the White House workings. The printings contain the following sections: main section with international news, metro section with local news, sports, and classified advertising. The Washington Post has bureaus in London, New Delhi, Paris, and Mexico City.

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The Washington Post is ranked 69 out of 777 in Periodicals & Publishing category

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