Im hearing impaired and need an email contact for help, again.

2019, I found Sprint IP Relay service - I text, they talk for me, text for you.  I did "call" and was asked to email the sales person instead.  I did and no confirmation/response.  Relay is slow - so people that insist on phone calls and not emails, do not like this either.  Conversations are nicer tho ;)

 Wonder how many deaf peeps work for intuit?    

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Did Ashley reach out last year? I would hope the contact is still good.

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