Welcome to the BME Spark Contact Numbers directory! Here you can find a wide range of contact numbers for UK stores, government benefit helplines and transportation listings to help you move throughout the country. We also list a variety of organisations which provide support for ethnic minorities in finding employment and language services in your locality.
Phone Asda customer services to discuss a home delivery for groceries, for enquiries about their range of credit cards and to upgrade your mobile handset.
You can call the Department for Work and Pensions on their DLA contact number to your DLA entitlement before reporting a change of circumstances that may affect your eligibility for the UK benefit.
eBAY is one of the most successful auction sites across the globe, you can phone the customer service department of their UK division for information about seller fees or for help managing your account.
Contact the Income Support team at your local Jobcentre Plus on their UK telephone numbers to check if you are eligible to claim this benefit and to report a change in your circumstances which will affect how much money you receive.
Phone John Lewis on their main customer service telephone number to discuss the delivery costs for an item bought at the UK department store.
Phone KFC on their customer service phone numbers to order delicious fried chicken for home delivery, for their latest prices and to find your nearest restaurant.
Contact MBNA credit cards by calling their UK customer service phone numbers to report a lost card, to upgrade to a platinum financial product and to perform a balance transfer.
Phone National Express on their customer services contact number to enquire about the cost of coach travel to either a UK or international destination.
You should phone New Look on their customer service contact number to enquire about their end-of-season sales or for sizing information about their dresses over the phone.
Call The Race Equality Foundation on their London contact number to ask how you can support the charity with a donation or for telephone enquiries about their SFSC programme.
Contact the tax credits department of HMRC by calling their phone helpline numbers to apply for the benefit, to report a change in your personal circumstances and to file a complaint if you have been underpaid.