GitHub Email

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support@github.com
Customer Service Email
Average reply: (43 hours)
Expect replies: 24 hours, 7 days
Usually writes back @ 2pm
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GitHub Email Support - by the Numbers

Email address
support@github.com
Call-back available
NO
Department you are emailing
Customer Service
Customer service hours
24 hours, 7 days
Most likely time of response
2pm
Average wait
43
Rank (overall)
2
Alternate methods
Quality of communication
78%
Quality of help
83%
Customer votes
49
Information last updated
Sat Sep 22 2018 09:00:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)

GitHub Customer Service Email

Email GitHub customer service help at this email address for the fastest reply. Click to indicate what problem you are emailing about and we can share our best customer recommended talking points to include in your email so you get a faster reply and better results. This is the best email address for GitHub customer service. This information is according to 108 GetHuman users who are also GitHub customers over the past 180 days. The Customer Service department that replies to the emails you send is used to responding to a variety of customer service issues such as Complaints or Billing issues. When you email GitHub one of their customer service agents sitting in one of their call centers, likely located in null, will get your message in their inbox and reply to you on a first come, first serve basis. That department is open 24 hours, 7 days. If you send an email late at night, you probably won't get a reply until the next business day. It's sometimes hard to find information about how best to contact companies like GitHub by email, so GetHuman gathers information like this from customers so we can share amongst ourselves.

Contacting GitHub

GitHub provides customer service by email, even though they do not have a phone number. There are 2 ways to reach GitHub across 2 communication modes: web, email. If you find any mistakes in this information, please let us know below. GetHuman tries to source the best GitHub customer service information from customers so we can share our best hints and tricks with each other. Telling us about any imperfections is useful and helps all of us. Click here to see all the ways we know to contact GitHub currently.
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