Last updated on December 12th, 2019 at 11:41 am
How to make a Complaint to BMW
BMW provide a range of complaint handling options on their website. The first step is to phone the complaints line on 1-800-831-1117. Alternatively, local branches are geared to help their account holders and deal with complaints so a personal visit is an option.
Customers can use an online form to make a written complain online, and there is a postal correspondence option. There is a summary on the website of how BMW will handle your complaint and what communication to expect.
BMW complaint contacts like Phone, email and support form
Complaint via Phone number : 1-800-831-1117
Complaint via Email : email@example.com
The Complaint via Support Form : BMW Support Form
BMW complaint website : www.bmwusa.com
BMW Corporate Head Office address
300 Chestnut Ridge Road Woodcliff Lake,
NJ 07677-7731 USA
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More Contact numbers of BMW
BMW Genius Hotline: 1-844-4GENIUS (443-6487)
BMW i vehicle inquiries: 1-855-236-1025
Speak with a BMW Representative: 1-800-831-1117
BMW Financial Services: 1-800-578-5000
BMW Key Replacement: 1-888-575-5397
Safety Recall Information: 1-800-525-7417
BMW cars have been officially sold in the United States since 1956 and manufactured in the United States since 1994. The first BMW dealership in the United States opened in 1975.
BMW of North America assumed import and distribution responsibilities for BMW motorcycles in 1980. BMW of North America also began to distribute light trucks in 1999.
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Use below complaint form to discuss problems you have had with BMW, or how they have handled your complaints. Initial complaints should be directed to BMW directly. You can find complaint contact details for BMW above.
BMW Customer Reviews
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Dec 17, 2019
Won’t stop sending spam emails even though I never subscribed to their mailing list, and I immediately clicked unsubscribe after I randomly started getting their newsletters in my email (FYI, I am not a BMW customer, I do not own a BMW, and have never expressed any interest in one)