Quality Controlled Mailing List - NCOA, CASS, Certification Standards

NCOA CERTIFICATES & CASS STANDARDS

While other providers or resellers will not be able to stand for the quality and concurrency of their lists, our list is backed up by certificates showing you proof of authenticity as we adhere to the NCOA (National Change Of Address) standard.
This goes to show you we use the latest software available to guarantee your mailing list contains addresses which are deliverable by the USPS in most all cases.
Our list complies with gold standards for and quality control making certain you get the most out of your targeted campaign, reaching new homeowners first, as they move into their new home.

National Change of Address (NCOA) is a registry of people who move or otherwise change their address in the United States. It is maintained by the United States Postal Service and access to it is sold to firms that engage in direct mail; use of NCOA is required in order to obtain bulk mail rates, as it minimizes the number of misaddresses and eases the job of the postal service. Read more about NCOA here.

View Recent NCOA Certificates And Other Reports

CASS Reports

Coding Accuracy Support System (CASS) enables the United States Postal Service (USPS) to evaluate the accuracy of software that corrects and matches street addresses. CASS certification is offered to all mailers, service bureaus, and software vendors that would like the USPS to evaluate the quality of their address-matching software and improve the accuracy of their ZIP+4, carrier route, and five-digit coding.
For software vendors and service bureaus, CASS Certification must be renewed annually with the USPS to meet current CASS Certification cycle requirements.

CASS Certified products are listed in USPS literature and on its web site. CASS software will correct and standardize addresses. It will also add missing address information, such as ZIP codes, cities, and states, to ensure the address is complete. Starting with 2007 Cycle L, CASS software will also perform delivery point validation to verify whether or not an address is a deliverable address and check against the USPS Locatable Address Conversion System to update addresses that have been renamed or renumbered.

A correct address saves the Postal Service time, money and manpower by reducing the volume of 1) non-deliverable mail; 2) unsorted mail; 3) mail that is deliverable, but requires extra effort to determine the proper location to deliver it to.[1] Mailers who use CASS software to check the addresses of their mailing may be able to qualify for discounted postage rates from the USPS.

Read more about CASS here.