There’s a reason more than 25000 companies pick
Bounceless over Cobisi for email verification.
Are you interested in learning how Bounceless and Cobisi compare? The features and advantages of the two email verifiers are very distinct. To compare them, we collected data that was available to the general public.
First, Cobisi's system hasn't been updated in a while and is currently "under maintenance." Purchases are halted, and the provider has not made any announcements about starting up again.
Cobisi promises to identify and eliminate invalid emails, spam traps, disposable emails, and catch-all emails when it is operational. However, the email validator appears to have some shortcomings when compared to Bounceless.
In addition to email verification, Bounceless also improves email lists by adding details like name, location, and - when available - gender. We remove duplicate contacts for free and do this service without charging.
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Your email list is improved, examined, cleaned up, and any missing data is added. To help you get to the mailbox, our email testing and blacklist monitoring technologies also work together.
We care about the security of your data. Putting security first from the start, our entire team has been dedicated to developing the greatest email validator. Customers claim that feeling considerably more at peace when they delete their lists is made possible by having their data protected.
Bounceless complies with all SOC 2, PCI, and GDPR. We collaborated with prominent cybersecurity firms to consistently meet and beyond expectations.
Bounceless has all the tools that are necessary for increasing your deliverance rate, sender reputation and increasing the value for your money. It also gives a military grade security to your files. We, at Bounceless assure you a promising work and your emails land directly in the inboxes of real human audiences.
Cleaning your list of invalid email addresses is imperative to reducing your
email bounce rate and improving your deliverability and effectiveness of your campaigns,
helps protect your sender reputation, and saves you money.
Our minimum purchase size is upto 2M emails.
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Verify email addresses in real-time at point of capture to reduce invalid sign ups.
Reduce your bounce rate, which improves your sender reputation and your delivery to the inbox.
Clean your subscriber list of invalid emails so you can be confident that you are sending to actual subscribers.
Accurate, fast and secure email validation service
Sign up for 100 free email verifications.
The first step to verify your email listis to upload a comma Separated Value file (.csv), Microsoft Excel file (.xls, .xlsx) or a Text File (.txt) from your computer or using one of our integrations.Upload Your List
More than 25,449 customer in more than 181 country
@bouncelessio so happy to have discovered you guys! Mailing list bounces were causing a real problem for us... problem now solved ðŸ’ªðŸ™Œ— Ed Moyse (@edmoyse) December 15, 2016
LOVE using @bouncelessio for email validation. Deploying 1m+ emails a year is no small task. Great to be confident they reach the inbox!— Nick Danforth (@nickdanforth) December 15, 2016
I use @bouncelessio before I send out any campaign to my students. It's super easy to use, plus it helps me avoid spam filters. Huge win!— Justin Nothling (@JustinNothling) December 15, 2016