FAQ

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  • How do you acquire your data?

We have built several networks in many different niches and and we have also partnered with other major networks and get opt-ins daily. We also purchase in bulk from reputable data warehouses in order to keep up with the high demand for quality data. # Link in context

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  • How are your prices so affordable?

We think of data acquisition as a form of marketing in of itself. We adopt many different strategies and sources for acquiring data. Whenever we have we have large volumes of sign-ups, we pass the savings down to the customer. This ensures that we get repeat business from about 95% of our customers. # Link in context

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  • Can I get a discount for buying in larger volumes?

Absolutely! One of the core principles of our company is to over deliver. The more you buy, the less you will pay. # Link in context

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  • Do you have a guarantee policy?

We guarantee accuracy of the data we provide by replacing all inaccurate records. # Link in context

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Yes. We can exclude those by specific request and we can also exclude the most common email domains. (gmail, aol, yahoo, hotmail, msn, etc.) # Link in context

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  • How do I know your data is opt-in?

All our records are date and time stamped and we also provide the opt-in source website as a data field in your list. # Link in context

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  • Are your email campaigns spam compliant?

100% compliant. In addition to the normal protocol, we also make all your links anonymous so as to protect your domain # Link in context

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  • Are lists available for instant download?

In order to give you the most up to date data, we must run a count at the time of purchase. Depending on the complexity of your query, lists can take anywhere from 10 minutes to several hours. A download link will be emailed to you at the email address you registered with. # Link in context

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