The New Yorker Customer Care on Twitter
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289 customers have checked with GetHuman if The New Yorker has a Twitter address for customers in the last 45 days.
The New Yorker does not address customer service issues through Twitter as far as we know.
The New Yorker Customer Service through Twitter
The New Yorker is not on Twitter as far as we can tell. Either that or one of our researchers determined that they don't really help customers through their Twitter handle. Either way, you're better off looking for a different way to get in touch with them. If it makes you feel better, a lot of companies that do have Twitter handles still redirect customers to another form of communication in order to help them with customer service issues. In this particular case, our advice is this: Call The New Yorker.
Customer Support through Twitter in General
While we don't know of a Twitter username for The New Yorker, in general we do support helping you find a way to contact companies over Twitter for the purposes of handling customer service problems. With our problem-specific help tools, we help you create a page for your issue and then one-click to Tweet the company a link to it if they have an available Twitter or DM handle. The nice thing about it is that you can share that page with friends and other customers to show the company that others are paying attention as well, which we find gets you a faster, better response in most cases.
More about contacting The New Yorker
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