All of our email lists come with a 95% deliverability guarantee.* Why not 100%? The reason for this is that in the world today, people are constantly changing jobs and/or positions, and companies may move and change their telephone numbers, names, websites, or email addresses. In order to keep up with a world that changes rapidly, we update our database daily using thousands of sources, but because contact info can change so much and so quickly, it is impossible to reach 100% deliverability in this industry. Our aim is to provide you the most up-to-date data. Right now, there isn’t a single company in the world that will deliver such qualified data with lower prices than Bookyourdata.com — we are perfectly sure about that!
We know it is bad when a customer thinks the service they received wasn’t worthy of its price. To prevent such situations, we promise a 95% deliverability rate with our data. If a customer runs across an deliverability level lower than 95%, simply send us the report showing the hard-bounce rate of the email list purchased and we will provide free data credits until our 95% deliverability promise is satisfied. For example, if the hard-bounce rate appears to be 20%, meaning the deliverability level is 80%, we will provide free credits for 15% more data. Thus, you’ll always get what you paid for.
If you find better price with same 95% deliverability guarantee for any email lists, we directly beat it! We want all of our customers to order from us again in the future again, so long-term satisfaction is very important to us. We value our customers and want to make sure that they are happy with our products. Our goal is providing excellent service as well as valuable products, so we can become an important partner for our customers as they grow their businesses. We stand by our products and will do whatever it takes to make you a repeat customer: If you’re not happy, we’re not happy.
* : We suppose that you will use our data records within next 15 days after you purchase. Poor sender reputation, mail server misconfiguration / unavailability possibilities are disregarded here.