AT&T "OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT", WIRELESS AND LANDLINE/DSL COMPLAINT NUMBERS. 9/9/2011 yes, i have used both, and yes, you call real humans, in the united states, not india, saving long emails. yes, they get back to you, and yes, i won my complaints, but please read below. no, it is not really the president's executive secretary in texas, but it is the correct department if you have an unresolvable wireless issue. 1. please don't waste their time, or yours, unless you have ALREADY tried to resolve your wireless issues at the customer service level, as "the office of the president" will (and should) research all of your contacts and records before they resolve your issue, if it can be resolved. put another way, don't call them first. call them only after you have at least tried to resolve your problem, and are unsatisfied, as they are the last step. 2. also, they are, and so would you be if you had their thankless job, fact finders and truth seekers. they don't have they authority, nor should they, nor would you if you own a business , to just hand out free money and break rules and policies, if you are WRONG, just to shut you up and make you happy. no carrier, and no company will just hand out free, undeserved money, period, nor should they. 3. THEY WILL GIVE YOU A CASE NUMBER. IF THEY DON'T, ASK FOR ONE BEFORE YOU END THE CALL. 4. THEY TAKE A FEW BUSINESS DAYS (not including weekends), and maybe up to 5/five business days. 3 is about average. 5. THEY ARE YOUR LAST HOPE. DO NOT BE MEAN OR RUDE TO THEM. EVERYONE ELSE IS, SO, BE FAIRLY NICE, OK?? no, you do not need to kiss their butts. just be civil, decent and polite. if you are super angry, call them when you are calmer. during the initial call, they only will listen and type notes. they will not argue or fight with you. they are fact finders during the initial call only, period. you better have your facts right, or don't bother them, period. don't lie. don't exaggerate. you can explain how many times you have called (yes, they have records of each and every call). you can explain how upset, disappointed, frustrated you are, etc., but do it fairly calmly. your initial call with them is when you give them the facts. don't lie, as they will look at the records. don't say you called 10 times, as they will see if you did, and again, give them facts and reasons, as they are the "deciders". if you really piss them off, even if you are right, if i worked in their department, i would reject your claim if you were super rude or swore at me. 6. also, at&t has a new policy that if people use abusive language, they can be terminated by at&t - they, nor you and i, want to listen to dirty words. no other carrier or company will put up with dirty words, no matter how tempting. that does not mean you can't express your frustration and disappointment. tempted to say you have been a customer for 10 years, but the fact is you have been a customer for 5 years, don't bother lying - they have access to all records, payment history, etc., period. 7. keep it simple, explain your problems, and why, and be decent or fairly nice, if you expect to win. also, if you were in court, and started to swear at a judge, you will be thrown out of the court, and likely face a fine, and/or dismissal of your case. 8. don't ask them for them to agree or for their decision on the initial call - they need to research it and investigate it. also, the person you speak to will not be the one to (hopefully) resolve it - the resolution, or final judge, is someone else who will CALL YOU PERSONALLY. they are the person you lobby your final case to, if you need to if they decide against you. AT&T OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT, WIRELESS ONLY: 877-707-6220 also, see below for landlines/DSL ONLY (i don't know if this is for uverse/cable customers, so call them and find out): AT&T OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT LANDLINES/DSL ONLY (funny it has a 666): 800-791-6661 or 800-451-3106 good luck!