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ANSWER: If you enrolled directly in TSA PreCheck (paid $85), the best way to verify your TSA PreCheck Known Traveler Number (KTN) is to use the Universal Enrollment Services website. You can go to the following link, and provide your personal information as requested: https://universalenroll.dhs.gov/servicecode/11115V. You will enter the information and then see your record. There you will find your TSA PreCheck number, which is your Known Traveler Number.
If you paid $100 for a GOES enrollment or some other Trusted Traveler Program, you will need to contact Customs And Border Protection (CBP). CBP administers those programs, not TSA. CBP's contact: 855 - 873 - 4637.
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