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Contact Acorns Customer Service the Easy Way 

Acorns may be known as an easy way to get started with investing, but trusting any company with your hard-earned money can be uncomfortable if there are too many things you do not know about it. Acorns does provide several contact options, but contacting any company's customer service about problems with your money is never easy. Here is an overview of how to get in touch with Acorns customer service and how DoNotPay can make the process a bit less stressful.

Acorns Support Contact Number and Email 

If you are experiencing a problem with your Acorns account, you have several options for contacting the company. These include:

Support/FAQ SiteAcorns Help Center
Phone Number1 (855) 739-2859
Support Emailsupport@acorns.com

Where to Find Quick Help for Your Acorns Problems 

Social media presence is everything for brands in 2022, and companies do not want to deal with hundreds of negative comments that may negatively affect their reputations. This is good news for customers because many companies are quick to respond to public comments to attempt to get the problem resolved before too many people see only the negative side of the conversation, and this is especially true if you have a large following. You can also use direct messages for more sensitive issues, but it is better to start publicly when you can if you are hoping for a quick response. If you would like to start a conversation with Acorns on social media, you can do so:

Acorns Corporate Address

If all else fails, you can attempt to contact Acorns through its corporate office. You will also need this information if Acorns refuses to solve a problem to your satisfaction and you elect to sue the company.

This address is:

5300 California Ave.

Irvine, CA 92617

If Acorns Refuses to Help Me, Can I Sue Them in Small Claims Court?

Companies have a responsibility to assist customers as much as reasonably possible when problems come up while using their services, and that is more important than ever for companies like Acorns that directly handle customers' money. Like any company that has access to its customers' savings and investments, Acorns needs to be committed to doing everything necessary to avoid making mistakes in the first place and respond quickly to solve problems when concerns do arise. DoNotPay can help you sue Acorns in small claims court if the company refuses to help you solve a problem, especially if it is obvious that the issue is the company's fault.

If you feel that you've been wronged and Acorns is refusing to own up to their mistake and pay what they owe you, you can sue them in small claims court. Here's how DoNotPay helps with the process:

  1. DoNotPay generates a demand letter you can send to Acorns to try to settle things out of court.
  2. If unanswered, you will then fill out the court forms. DoNotPay helps you with this and provides you with enough copies.
  3. After that, you can file an official complaint with the court. DoNotPay will guide you through the process step by step.
  4. You will then serve Acorns, which will tell them that they are being sued. You should also specify a reason for which you are suing them.

Finally, show up in court. DoNotPay will provide a script you can use before the judge.

Common Reasons People Contact Acorns Support

You may contact Acorns support for dozens of reasons, some of which the company may not be prepared to quickly provide a helpful answer for. Some potential reasons to contact Acorns include:

  • Problems logging into your account
  • Issues with your tax information
  • Difficulties creating an account
  • Not being able to access your money
  • Questions about how to get started with investing
  • Questions about promotions or bonuses you may be eligible for

Get in Touch With Acorns Customer Service Using DoNotPay 

You have plenty of better things to do than wasting hours on hold with Acorns or any other company. Getting past bots to speak to an actual person is getting more and more difficult, and once you manage that, doing nothing but listen to automated messages and terrible music and think about how many other things you should be doing is enough to get you in an even worse mood by the time you actually get connected to an Acorns representative. DoNotPay can make calling Acorns slightly less irritating by taking care of the hold process for you and letting you know as soon as you get connected.

  1. Open your web browser and sign up for DoNotPay.

     

  2. Type in Skip Waiting on Hold and select the product.

     

  3. Search for the company you’d like to call.

     

  4. Click on the name of the company and have us do the work for you.

     

That's it. DoNotPay will let you know the instant someone picks up so you can talk to a customer support representative without having to spend a second waiting on hold.

DoNotPay Can Help Resolve Customer Service Issues for Any Company

Dealing with customer service is never a productive way to spend time. No matter how much you like a company, chances are its customer service representatives are not as good at understanding the problem you are having and knowing how to fix it as you would like. DoNotPay can also provide several types of assistance for any company you are having problems with, such as:

What Else Can DoNotPay Do? 

Working with companies on your behalf is just one of the dozens of ways DoNotPay can make your life easier. We can also help you:

  • Cancel Acorns or any other online account
  • Close an old bank account
  • Solve problems with your credit card
  • Obtain cashback using your credit card or debit card
  • Cancel timeshares
  • Obtain flight compensation
  • Obtain pet licenses

At DoNotPay, we want to help you avoid wasting any more time than necessary getting in touch with Acorns customer service. Contact us today to learn more about how we can simplify the process and bring in better results or get started.

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