what happened to US based tech support for pro advisors?

I'm having a hard time finding the "benefits" to my pro advisor membership.  Pretty sure one of them used to be US based tech support.  The non-US support can be fine, for basic issues, but I've had a couple bigger issues that they either can't solve or it has taken forever.  Just checking if this has been discontinued, or if I'm calling the wrong number.


Hello there Manon5,

Let's get the number so you can contact our ProAdvisor support. Here’s how:

  1. Follow this link: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1771439.
  2. Click the Contact Us page link.
  3. Choose QuickBooks Accountant.
  4. Select the Search for something else button.
  5. Fill your concern in the box then hit Search.
  6. Click the Get Phone number button.

That should keep you going. Please don’t hesitate to comment below if there’s anything else I can help you about QuickBooks. Have a good day!

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