Lenovo Canada Customer Service Number, Address, Email Support

Lenovo Canada Customer care Number along with Head Office Address details are provided for customers to contact the company for general enquiry and to raise products related complaints. Liu Chuanzhi is the founder of the company which was started in the year 1984 and is named as Lenovo in the year 2004 with its headquarters Beijing, China.

It is a multinational computer hardware electronic company which build products such as Smartphone, desktops, netbooks, computers, printers, televisions, scanners, storage devices etc. It is the second largest personal computer in terms of sales as on 2013. It operates its products in more than 60 countries and sells in and around 160 countries.

Lenovo Contact Number Canada

Customer Care Number:1-855-253-6686.

Lenovo Canada Head Office Address

Lenovo (Canada) Inc.
2235 Sheppard Avenue East
Atria II,
Suite 1800,
North York,
M2J 5B5.

For more information about the company products and services, you can visit the company Website.

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  1. To Lenovo Customer Service,
    For the first time in my twenty plus years of using Lenovo laptops (starting with a ThinkPad in the late-90’s and then progressing through to my current IdeaPad S145) I am a really angry customer. I bought my latest Lenovo less than a year ago. I was doing fine with it until the camera function stopped working in the third week of August right in the middle of a key set of meetings. When I went into the Staples where I purchased the Lenovo, I was told my only recourse was to turn my computer over to their repair department. They in turn would take about a month to solve the problem. I did not have a month to lose my functioning day to day computer. So, I have limped along by doing my normal computer work on my computer and using my wife’s Lenovo for Zoom/Team/Collaborate etc. calls. However, that too is quickly getting old for both of us. In the meantime in our new COVID world, my work as a leading virtual consultant and educator in leadership for three different universities and several private sector clients has taken off. I am increasingly doing work that requires my camera. So my question is this: if you really mean it when you say that you “are for those who do”, want to ”wow” your customers and to be one of the “best, most trusted and most well-respected companies” to do business with, surely someone in your company can fix my problem promptly without me losing my computer for a month? That seems like an entirely reasonable request consistent with your webpage and public commitment to consumers. I will patiently await a response for the next week before I start ramping up my complaint.
    Thank you for your attention to this matter.
    Dr. K.A. MacIver
    Contract Faculty at SFU, RRU and MTA

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