What is a DNC Lookup?
We have a dynamic database populated with the numbers of thousands upon thousands of professional TCPA plaintiffs and attorneys. The DNC Lookup operates as a powerful shield, an automated outbound and inbound data scrubbing tool that prevents our users from making a single call that could end in disaster.
Although the DNC Lookup dramatically reduces the risk of TCPA lawsuits, that risk is by no means eliminated. In the event, you are served or even threatened with a lawsuit.
Why is DNC Lookup important?
DNC Lookup is a way of identifying numbers that have signed up to be on the federal, state, or Direct Marketing Association’s DNC lists. Without conducting a DNC Lookup, phone numbers listed on any of the lists could easily be dialed, putting your organization at risk for fines and penalties. It doesn’t matter if the call was placed intentionally or by accident.
By checking your data against the DNC list, you can ensure that you are removing any possible complainants from your records.
Remove TCPA litigators and serial plaintiffs from your lists
Our DNC Lookup service is offered as an API to perform a DNC check at the point of entry on web forms and apps or as a batch service to instantly scrub existing lists. Our service is updated daily and returns accurate information.
What is the TCPA?
Passed into law by congress in 1991 and overseen by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is the primary federal law governing telephone solicitations, including all manner of telephone, fax, and text message solicitations.
TCPA Phone and Contact Data Verification
Improve your TCPA compliance and contact strategy with powerful DNC Lookup API
Does TCPA Apply to Text Messages?
Yes. The TCPA applies to texts just as much as it applies to voice calls. To send a customer a text, you must have prior express written consent and a current business relationship. Recipients must also be able to opt-out of texts whenever they wish.