Email Coa (Change of Address)

An email that was delivered before is now bouncing back; let us provide a new deliverable email for that contact.

According to statistics about 30% of email addresses become undeliverable every year. It is a very common dilemma faced by email marketers. It begs several questions from marketers. Should we perform Email COA checks regularly? How important is the loss of a deliverable email for a customer or prospect? As marketers we are eager to market to as many of our loyal customers as possible. The answer is always yes, and if that individual or company has been receiving emails from you in the past, you certainly do not want to lose that channel of communication if it’s at all possible.

We have a cost-effective solution, Email Change of Address ECOA. The process provides a new deliverable email address to replace the outdated email where we can find a match. Our email reference file contains over 3 billion records, all of which are opt-in emails, authenticated with a time stamp and URL.

Guaranteed Deliverable Emails

Our append process includes the deployment of a permission request message to each new email address we matched in our initial pass. This will ensure that the email is deliverable. We will only bill you for net deliverable emails and opt-outs.

Maximum results are achieved when ECOA is processed with Email List Hygiene to correct corrupted email addresses.

A signed Email Data Services PAF (Processing Acknowledgement Form) is required prior to processing.

Email Coa  Features & Benefits

  • 100 % refund guarantee on any hard bounces within 14 days of receipt of the emails we appended
  • We match to our multi-source 100% opt-in, CAN-SPAM compliant Databases
  • Industry-leading proprietary matching logic yields accurate results
  • Several matching options are available:
    • Full Name and Address (Individual – Consumer)
    • Surname and Address (Household – Consumer)
    • Contact Name, Company, and Address (Business)
  • Dedicated customer support at every stage of the process