Our Data Sources
At Data8, we pride ourselves on our data independence. Unlike many of our direct competitors we are not owned or influenced by a major data provider and as such we have access to the widest possible range of industry leading data sources.
Acxiom ensures you only mail people who currently live at a target address – and avoid paying for false goneaways.
The Mailing Preference Service is used to reduce the number of unwanted mailings that are sent out.
The Business Suppression File (BSF) details over 7 million business and contacts that are no longer available.
BT OSIS is a centrally administered telephone directory containing over 27 million individuals and businesses.
CTPS is a data file of businesses who have registered their objection to receiving direct marketing calls.
Private and public data sources are used to accurately identify and validate individuals that have left an address...
Gone Away Suppression (GAS) was established in 1992 and is validated across multiple, trusted sources...
The Mortascreen data file contains the name and address details of over 10 million deceased individuals.
The NCOA is a list of people who have taken out a permanent redirection and given permission for their data to be used.
Re-mover is a goneaway suppression file from The Ark. It records every transaction recorded by UK estate agents.
The most up-to-date address database in the UK, containing the full address the Royal Mail delivers to in the UK.
TBR was launched as a service for members of the public and designed to remove the deceased from mailing databases
The National Deceased Register is a new deceased suppression file from the Ark which has over 30% unique records.
DBS Purifi data suppression file is the result of combining DBS extensive B2C LifeBase data universe with...
GAS Reactive provides verified forwarding addresses and new occupier details to a goneaway records...