Unlimited 48-Month NCOALink Move Update Processing
There are 86 address changes every minute of every day throughout the year. That’s over 40 million moves per year! Begin capturing ALL of these moves today.
Like our pricing for 18-month NCOALink service, the 48-month service pricing is a FLAT FEE for real-time* unlimited record and file processing. Process files 24/7/365 by turning on the process in existing scripts and generate comprehensive Move Update reports directly out of AccuZIP. Users can process files 24/7/365 by turning on the process in existing scripts and generate comprehensive Move Update reports directly out of AccuZIP.
The USPS® National Change of Address (NCOALink) database is a secure dataset of approximately 160 million permanent change‐of‐address records consisting of the names and addresses of individuals, families, and businesses. There are 86 address changes every minute of every day throughout the year. That’s over 40 million moves per year or roughly 17% of the U.S. population. In 2013, 6.8 billion pieces of mail were identified as UAA, or undeliverable as addressed, by the USPS. That means nearly 5% of all mail was UAA, costing marketers, and the USPS, an estimated $613 billion in losses. By offering the NCOALink 48‐month Move Update service, AccuZIP has added another important step in the process to ensure that no step is missed in the data hygiene process. AccuZIP believes process is key and that data maintenance is a lifestyle, not an event. Customers are encouraged to run their databases through CASS™, NCOALink (both 18- and 48‐month), and ACOA to achieve their best results and always update the original data source.
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*real-time indicates that we receive our updates weekly from the USPS®
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