Taco Bell Corporate Office address, Phone Number and Email

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Taco Bell Corporate Office Contact Information

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Taco Bell Customer Service Phone Number:

  • Customer Service Support Phone Number: 1-(949) 863-2252

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Taco Bell Customer Support Email Address: 

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Taco Bell Corporate Office Address and Phone Number:

The official mailing/postal address, payment office, Headquarters and location address of Taco Bell. People can use this contact details to contact them and get their concern or query answered quickly.

Taco Bell Corporate Office Address: 1 Glen Bell Way Irvine, CA 92618 United States

Taco Bell Corporate Office Phone Number Toll Free: 1-(949) 863-2252

Taco Bell Corporate Office Fax Number Details: (949) 863-2252

Taco Bell Corporate Office Email Address: NA

Website: 

Taco Bell Social Media Links:

www.facebook.com/tacobell

Taco Bell Online Resources:

www.tacobell.com/contact-us

18 thoughts on “Taco Bell Corporate Office address, Phone Number and Email

  1. Neil Mednick

    I have never been treated so badly by anybody in the service industry. I tried to go onto your app to order food from
    your Bensenville, Il. The app seems to be not working, so I called into Taco Bell in Bensenville. I tried to explain that something was wrong and I can’t order on line. I asked the lady since the Taco Bell’s app is down can you please take my order and have it ready for me. She was very rude and says we can’t do that. I asked her please since I can’t order on line just for this time please let me order over the phone. She said no and after I asked her for the manager she said she is the manger and hung up on me. I was going to put an order in that would have been about $85.00 worth. Now I will not ever go into that Taco Bell again!!!!

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  2. Kim Standage

    I am stunned at the marketing stupidity of the Taco Bell in North Conway, New Hampshire! The store in basically invisible to people driving by. on this main road The tiny Taco Bell sign is hidden away from the store in the trees, and hard to even see. There is only a bell symbol on the building that is only seen if you happen to look straight on from the street, and happen to know that it stands for Taco Bell. The words TACO BELL appear nowhere on the building. It’s a game for me to see if I notice the store when I drive by, and I’m only up to 50% of the time. (I’ve learned to look for the very visible McDonald’s sign down the street. I can find them just fine!). The Taco Bell in Tilton, New Hampshire, has the Bell symbol AND large letters TACO BELL on all three of the sides of the building. North Conway only has two sides to be concerned with! I would think that sales would greatly improve if people knew the store existed (it’s a tourist town!). I have been in Marketing for 40 years and I am appalled that your regional managers and other brass of Taco Bell hasn’t noticed this. It’s basic marketing! I visit here once or twice a year. I’ll be interested to see if you take this free analysis I’m offering is to heart. Taco Bell is bigger than this issue.

    Also, why do you not offer an email for customers to contact you? Really? Come on!

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  3. Lynda renfro

    I have tryed to contact the corp office wouldn’t let me do it . I was in the line at Taco Bell today it took 25 min to get my order , the employees were very nice and appologized but that’s to long it was at the placerville store on Broadway . I won’t be going back. Plus they took away the Sr discount . It wasent much but every little bit helps. Sorry I’m going somewhere else.

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  4. Laurel Zimmerman

    When I was 16 the first toco bell came within driving distance ( 40 minute drive) to us where we lived in Michigan. We just got our driving license and it is a fun memory to think upon, driving to toco bell. Our first tocos and for me my first experience with Mexican food. We would order tocos and enchritoes. It was and still the only thing I order . Now in my 60’s I noticed for the longest time enchritoes were no longer being shown on menu but always could it!!! Today when I went to get my usual was informed Toco bell will no longer serve enchritoes. I was taken back and so I didn’t order anything. I asking you to reconsider your decision to remove it from your menu. For us die hearts when the selection was just a few items continued to go to Toco bell. Anyone that didn’t know because it’s not being shown on menu would say what is that. Sure enough would go and get it. They liked it. I will not go to Toco bell now because I was happy with the enchritoes. The other stuff maybe good but if I tried it I would always return to the enchritoes. They are not hard to make … please reconsider your decision on this ! Thank you Laurel from Michigan

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    1. Starr Whitman

      I too want the Enchiritoes back!! I have no desire to eat at a Taco Bell anymore since you don’t have my favorite. Please, reconsider and bring the enchiritoes back!!
      If they weren’t selling, it is because when we started going to a Taco Bell in St. Clair years ago, they said we don’t have enchiritoes. I said please check again, I know you do. Finally the manager came over and showed the person where it was on the register. It was like that for about 6 months and I would say just check with your manager.
      So, that tells me people didn’t know about the enchiritoes.
      Please, bring back the enchiritoes and have a special on them as I know; people would try them and like them.
      Thanks for listening me and I hope to hear the enchiritoes are brought back

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    2. Starr

      Please, bring back the enchiritoes!!!!!
      If you make them a special people will try them and will be a big hit as when the Taco Bell in St. Clair, PA opened every time I would order them, the cashier would say we don’t have them and I would say yes you do, check with your manager if you can’t find them. This is why no one but a handful of us would order them as no one else knew about them.
      Again,
      please, bring them back!!!!!!!

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  5. Laurie

    I ordered a 30.00 E gift card and never recieved.Was asked to provide the 16 forgot so I can get it.How can I when I don’t know it.Talked to headquarters sent messages for almost 3months and I give up.I will no longer be going there.Out of 30.00.

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  6. Mr. Laury

    On 1/4/19 I visited Taco Bell 002334, located at 1633 North Expressway Griffin, GA 30223. I notice a female cashier name Peggy T. went out of her way to only greet the white customers that entered that location and not the black customers even though she’s black herself? This is a horrible customer service practice that is allowed to take place at this particular location while the manager was present. It is not the 1950’s, even though Griffin, GA is a small country town south of Atlanta, GA. Blacks working at this location shouldn’t adapt a culture of not greeting their own race of people just to “fit-in” at this location. Corporate should look into this practice at this location.

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  7. Gail Reynolds

    My husband went to Taco Bell in Kings Mtn., NC to get me a tostada, that’s all I wanted. They gave him 2 tacos at the drive thru, so he went in and ordered. When he got home the tostada was full of red sauce and had salad dressing poured over it !!! WHY can’t ANY fast food place get an order right??? They complain about their pay, but they’re not worth the pay they get! Where do you find these people? I’ve NEVER (and this is no exaggeration) gotten an order right at taco bell. I have to check each order before I leave. I’ve decided it’s not worth going to taco bell anymore, the pintos are always dry like they’ve been opened for days. I’ll cook my own food from now on cause NOTHING will change at these places.

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  8. david Mcgee

    My name is Harvey McGee at 708 west Durant, Wilburton, okla74578​. I am using my brother’s internet info.sir/mam I have a great new thing to say on your commercials!! If you are interested and can pay me $10 million with all taxes ever owed on the money paid upfront.also put some of the money in federal banks with an check every month so we can live off of the interest.

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  9. Theresa Eaquinto

    I am sick to death of the lousey quality of preparation of the food at ALL the taco bell franchises in the Provo/Orem (Utah) area . Apparently the supervisors in these establishments do nothing except collect a pay check.

    My order is almost NEVER correct!

    Today I ordered a beef burrito supreme with NO beans and got a BEAN burrito with a generous amount of red sauce and a tostada SWIMMING in red sauce; taco shell so saturated it was mush!

    I like tostadas but not the yucky chipotle sauce and when I. order a BEEF burrito supreme I expect to taste MEAT not BEANS with a speck of meat and more than a thimble full of sour cream!
    None of the taco bells here bother training or supervising the air head teenagers they hire and they sure as hell don’t watch what they are doing!
    I have been going to taco bells since I was a teenager and I’m in my sixties now. It is shameful that no one takes any pride in making sure that the food is prepared properly

    It is disgusting how there is no oversight of the franchise’s now days. One of the taco bells in Provo routinely put beans in the meat including the tacos!

    Someone needs to spot check these places and make sure that the workers are properly TRAINED in the preparation of ALL the food items offered and that the supervisors are ACTUALLY supervising their workers!!!!!

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  10. Michele Schell

    I was at taco bell route 40 and there was only 1 other person in there. I put my order in and waited. There were other customers coming after me and getting their food. I was still waiting. I waited 30 min. I am not happy. When I went up to ask about my order they said they forgot to fix mine. How. How do you forget to fix a meal when it is on a screen. Its not that dann hard.

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  11. Rita Mazzie

    The taco bell here in richmond, mic h is awful! Do you hire ANYONE that has more than a second grade education?

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  12. Jack Hensley

    Dear Sir,
    If any town in America needs a Taco Bell it is Weaverville NC. Take out around here is BORING!!! It needs some spicing up.
    Our ‘taco desert’ town is an opportunity that is ripe for the picking. Please consider.
    Sincerely,
    Jack Hensley

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  13. Dan Wood

    Could you please see Mr. Novak or his assistant gets this email?
    Could you please not post this idea?

    Dear David C. Novak – CEO

    Frijoles!!! Bring back Frijoles! Back in the 70s we could buy a cup of refried beans with grated cheese for a quarter from Taco Bell. Bring back Frijoles!!! They are relatively inexpensive to make. This would be introducing a new product for people who weren’t around in the seventies. What a perfect time and a perfect product! Your profits would skyrocket and your shareholders would love you more than they do now. You could sell them for a buck. You could increase your profits by millions!

    You could give a 62 year old man a ton of money for his great idea! You could give me some stock or just 1/25% of 1/25% of one penny of your millions of dollars off your profits on frijoles.

    Frijoles literally kept me from going hungry. I was homeless at thirteen, working, going to high school and playing sports. That didn’t give me much time to work to make money for food and clothing.

    The Hispanic population is almost 50% of the US! My wife is Hispanic and we love refried beans more than anybody! To make a couple cups of reified beans just for the two of us is kind of a pain and really isn’t worth it. There is a lot of work that goes into making refried beans for a family. But for Taco Bell it would be easy and inexpensive. Taco Bell has the experience and you’ve done it before! It’s easier to stop by Taco Bell, get frijoles for the family, grab a couple tacos, a couple burritos a drink and get by with a pretty inexpensive dinner. Bring back Frijoles!!!

    I anxiously wait your reply! Thank you for your time.
    Sincerely Dan Wood,

    Home 303-989-2076
    Cell 720-323-3617

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  14. Phil Brown

    Your company forces me to pay for my order with a credit card if I order online. I once was able to decide how to pay when I arrived at the Taco Bell location of choice.
    Now if I order online, I’m forced to pay with a credit card prior to my arrival at the Taco Bell location of choice.
    Taco Bell has made a bad marketing decision!
    Your company is going to lose money!

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  15. virginia blackburn

    please read previous message concerning a new Taco bell. Thanks Virginia Blackburn

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  16. virginia blackburn

    I have a great suggestion for your company. Please check it out. Mobile Al is growing so large and is expanding out to the west mostly. I belive if you check out the area of Fairview which is out Hwy 98(Moffat Rd) inMobile county. Hwy 98 goes from West to East from Ms to Fl.. Cars go by every day. On week-ends it is bumper to bumper. And I believe this would be a great place for a Taco Bell not only for residents of the area but the traffic that goes though there daily especially on Thur thru Sun. It would benefit Fairview also as it is getting to explode with business”. I used to work for the Revenue Dept in taxes and our appraisers were taught Location, Location, Locatin and this area is definitely a good place. From Semmes a suburb of Mobile Al all the way to Fairview is really growing with more subdivisions every day and so many business up and down Hwy 98. I believe you would like this area for a new Taco bell. I am a 74 yr old grandmother, but I believe you would make a good profit on this area. I just am not that great at expressing what I want to say. Thanks for reading my message and hope you can follow through. Virginia Blackburn

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