Argos Contact Numbers
|Speak to a Person||0843 178 5760|
|Customer Services||0844 826 8013|
|Head Office||0843 557 3407|
|Argos Customer Complaints||0843 208 7697|
|Argos Delivery Complaints||0843 557 5044|
|Argos Online Complaints||0843 208 7698|
Argos Opening Times:
|Mon- Fri||9am – 8pm|
|Saturday||9am – 8pm|
|Sunday||10.30am – 4pm|
Argos Head Office Address:
|Argos Head Office||499 Avebury Boulevard
Central Milton Keynes, MK9
Speak to a Person
If you are struggling to find the answers or support that you expect from Argos online or in writing, then call 0843 178 5760 and speak to a person at Argos. Talking with someone at Argos over the phone will mean that you get an immediate response. The staff member you speak to will take responsibility for your case and help you to the best of their ability. They can tell you what they will be able to do for you, or transfer your call to someone else.
Reasons to call Argos complaints number:
- If you have bought something from Argos that is faulty/damaged
- If you have not received satisfactory customer service in store
- If you have ordered an item for delivery and it has not arrived on time
- If your Argos store card is not working
- If you have been charged incorrectly to your bank
- If there is a product online but you cannot find it in store
- To cancel your Argos store card subscription
Argos Complaints Email
One of the quickest ways to log your complaint with Argos is by contacting them on the number 0843 178 5760 when you phone this number you’ll have an instant reply to your complaint and should get it resolved whilst you’re on the line. However, if you prefer to email you can try the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also get in touch with them directly through the live chat on their website, this is another quick way of getting a response instantly.
The telephone number displayed on this page can be used to register any complaints or grievances you may have towards Argos. Whether you are unhappy with a product you have bought, or feel like a service you received was unsatisfactory, an adviser will help you to resolve the issue. You should contact the complaints number as soon as possible. There are alternative ways to resolve a complaints issue with Argos which are as follows:
- Writing to Argos Direct, Acton Gate, Stafford, ST18 9AR
- Or posting a general enquiry on the ‘contact us’ section of their website.
Argos Complaints Department
Argos is a popular electrical and household goods store. If you feel you have bought something that does not live up to the standards you would expect for the money you are paying then you should call the complaints number. If you feel you have not been valued as a customer, whether it be due to staff rudeness or a lack of help and interest of staff in store, you can register your complaint here. If you have bought an electrical item or child’s toy that you feel is unsafe, do not hesitate to get in touch. Customers can receive a refund or exchange an item that they are not satisfied with. If you have a delivery that is late and has caused you an inconvenience, this too can be reported using this number.
Argos Head Office Complaints
Sometimes contacting the head office of a company can be frustrating, especially when you can’t get through or are left waiting on hold. If you have any complaints about the way you have been treated by head office or are failing to reach the right department through using their services, you can contact an adviser through this number and your complaint will be dealt with quickly and efficiently.
Argos Delivery Complaints Contact Number
Whether you are shopping online or have requested something in store, it is the job of the delivery team to ensure that the item is delivered to you in the best condition – and on time. For small products, you can choose to have fast track same day delivery for a cost of £3.95. This means that if you order something before 6pm, you should receive it on the same day, before 10pm. This delivery service costs £3.95. For larger items, the service differs slightly and the delivery costs £14.95 and will be delivered on the next day if it is ordered before 8pm. You can call the complaints number if your order has not arrived at the time it said it would. It is possible, at no extra cost to choose delivery slots so that you can choose a time that is suitable for you, for your orders to be delivered. Please call the complaints number if your order has not arrived within your chosen delivery slot or had arrived outside of the slot and you were not available to receive it. A rearrangement will be made for you straight away. You can also order something online and arrange to collect it in store, in as little as 60 seconds. Argos prides itself on its efficiency, so please call the complaints team if you’re order is not ready as promised.
Additional Argos Services:
The Argos sale can be found online on the ‘big clearance’ section of their website. The sale is a great opportunity to purchase top quality discounted electrical goods as well as other items such as ‘jewellery’, ‘home and leisure’ and garden products. There is also a range of health and beauty products, and you are sure to find a bargain. Have a look at the website and order your chosen items into any store, or visit a local store and browse their catalogues, discounted items will be listed. Be quick with your choices as products are likely to sell out.
The Argos website is easy to navigate and lists all of the products included branded good that Argos stock, online. You can work your way through the website by clicking on the different categories at the top of the page, be it baby toys or gardening equipment, there is a bit of something for everyone at Argos online. You can use the Argos website to locate your nearest Argos store or you can order something from the Argos website and collect it from your store of choice within a matter of minutes. This is known as ‘fast-track delivery.’ Argos will also alert you to offers that are available including their ‘big red events’ which is a list of deals that last for a week only.
The Argos Online Clearance shop is a great way to quickly and easily browse bargains, with items selling for more than half price their original value. Order online for home delivery or order for collection from store. Please note that same day delivery is not available for larger items, but can still be received as quickly as the next day.
Argos Store Card
You can apply for an Argos credit card online, and you can then buy now and pay later on almost any product, making affording that home re-decoration easy and manageable. Applying for a card takes a matter of minutes online and once all of your personal details are entered, you are pretty much ready to go. There is a list of spending amounts and how long you have before a payback is required, which is listed on the website, for example, if you spend £299 or more on a television, you have a total of 9 months to make slow repayments. You can choose a set amount to pay off by direct debit in instalments or you can pay large amounts in bulk. If you are unsure of how much money you have left to owe, you can log into your online account where a breakdown of funds will be provided so that you can check where you are at with your repayment. The website also gives you the option to ‘apply and buy’ meaning you can fill your basket online and then opt to apply for a store card to help with your payment, when at the checkout.
Argos is a British catalogue retailer and is the only one of its kind in the country. It operates both in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The stores have large warehouses at the back that are only accessible by staff. To buy something from Argos you must go in and browse the catalogue, once you have chosen your items you specify the product number to the staff at the desk, who will then go into the warehouse and retrieve your item for you. Argos has over 750 stores and it is thought that their website gets near to 800 million views a year. Argos is part of the well known Home Retail Group and is one of the largest high street retailers online in the UK. Next month, (September 2016) Argos is set to become part of major supermarket chain Sainsbury’s in a £1.4 billion takeover.