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The LFC Ticket Exchange customer helpline contact number should provide you assistance in the following areas.
• LFC Ticket ExchangeCustomer Number
•Liverpool FC - Sell your Match Tickets UK Phone Number
• Liverpool FC Tickets PricesUK Support Number
• Liverpool FC Fancard Holders Helpdesk
•Liverpool FC European Match Tickets Complaints Number
Please refer to the official LiverPool FC Ticket Exchange website here. You will be connected directly to a LFC Ticket Exchange customer service agent. Contact helpline is in no way affiliated with LFC Ticket Exchange.
Yes, you can call us on 0151 264 2500. You can also get in touch using one of the options above and we can help you from there to arrange a call back
Opening hours Our opening hours (in UK time) are: - 10am-4pm, Monday to Friday - Closed on Saturday and Sunday For match day or seasonal hospitality, click here or call 0151 264 2222.
If you are looking to book a meeting or event, your wedding or party, click here for more information or call 0151 264 2222.Please note the hospitality and events team do not sell general match day tickets or deal with general ticket related enquiries.
Do you live near one of these? Research suggests energy pulses from the towers can be damaging to human cell growth & can increase your risk of developing cancer.
We are used to seeing mobile towers as tall pylon / crane-like structures in the middle of fields & unpoplulated areas.
Now they have have been redesigned and are poping up in our neighbourhoods & streets all over of the UK. They are smaller mobile masts also known as Monopoles.
H.E.S.E's Dosimetry department have concluded that living next to one will mean that your house will be flooded with microwave antenna energy 24/7.
H.E.S.E (Human Ecological Social Economic) are electromagetic health experts that state 'Radiation from masts are more dangerous than phones and wifi devices since pulses of continuous irradiation are emitted at high strength 24/7'
Residents living nearby have no say in the matter of whether or not a mast is constructed in close proximity to their homes.
Whilst mobile operators have targets to achieve greater coverage, they are setting masts up in close proximity to homes without conducting sufficient if not any research on safe limits of exposure.
We urge you to conduct your own research, write to the operator of the mast, be it EE, 02 or Voda for exposure readings of your location and if possible buy an EMF reader to see how strong the pulses actually are.1
All problems & issues will be emailed directly to the appropriate departments. Fill in the form and state the nature of your enquiry.
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