Savings Bond telephone numbers
Wednesday, September 29th, 2004
Categorized as: Savings Bond FAQ
Is there a phone number that I can use to contact someone at the Treasury and speak to them personally about my Savings Bonds?
The Treasury’s Bureau of Public Debt, which issues Savings Bonds, only takes questions by email. However, you can send them an email with your phone number and ask them to call you and they will.
Click here to contact the Treasury about paper series E, EE, or I Savings Bonds or here contact the Treasury about series H or HH Savings Bonds or here to contact TreasuryDirect about electronic Savings Bonds.
Alternatively, you can call Savings Bond customer service at a Federal Reserve bank, but they will only be able to answer general Savings Bond questions – the same information that’s right here on our web site. They don’t have access to information on your specific Savings Bonds.
If you live in the western part of the U.S., call the Minneapolis Federal Reserve at 800-553-2663; in the east, call the Pittsburgh branch of the Federal Reserve at 800-245-2804.