There’s a reason more than 25000 companies pick
Bounceless over Spotzee for email verification.
If your company uses email, you are aware of the significance of maintaining a current and robust database. Maintaining a good email list will help you reach your clients' inboxes and boost sales.
Like Bounceless, Spotzee, a rebranded version of the Email Verifier App, recognizes invalid, spam trap, disposable, abuse, and catch-all emails.
Bounceless is unique in the sense that it not only adds good, valuable data to your list but removes poor data from it. Our email checker automatically adds your subscribers' names, genders, locations, and IP addresses, when available, at no additional charge.
Another distinction between the two businesses is that, in contrast to Spotzee, Bounceless offers round-the-clock customer care. Additionally, our rival does not provide a money-back guarantee.
Spotzee withholds information about the precision of its service. In contrast, Bounceless states unequivocally that the accuracy of its email validation and verification is 98%.
Keep in mind: The third party's identity is only used to impart uniqueness; as such, it is the owner's registered trademark. Any ownership rights in this name or any related trademarks are expressly disclaimed by Bounceless.
Upon the addition of any missing information, your email list is cleaned, analyzed, and improved. Our email testing and blacklist monitoring tools collaborate to aid in your email access.
We place a high priority on the security of your data. Every member of our team has worked diligently to create the best email validator while putting security first from the very beginning. Customers have told us they trust the security we offer.
PCI, GDPR, and SOC 2 compliance all apply to Bounceless. We also worked with recognized cybersecurity businesses to continually meet and exceed 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.
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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
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@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