Batch address tracing
We’ll help you trace your customers fast
Submitted case volume
|Address Tracing||10 - 99||£39.00 per case||No trace no fee, 5 day turnaround|
|Address Tracing||100 - 499||£34.00 per case||No trace no fee, 10 day turnaround|
|Address Tracing||500+||£18.00 per case||No trace no fee, 15 day turnaround|
|Employer Tracing||Any||£90 per case||No trace no fee, 15 day turnaround
*Negative trace or any overpayment will be refunded on completion of the batch, all prices exclude V.A.T.
How it works
It’s easy to disengage with customers who move house, but findukpeople´s batch tracing solution can help you change that. We’ll help you to reconnect with your clients.
Batch tracing will include the following data points
All of our batch people tracing services are offered on a no trace no fee basis, just place your initial order with us and we will investigate the batch people trace matter and return the completed file with the traced results in 7 working days. Any negative traces will be refunded at the same time the report file is issued.
Our investigation partners will provide you with the current data of the subjects which will of been verified via two separate information sources and is guaranteed to be a current address for the subjects on the date the reports are generated. We underwrite this information for 30 days, so in the event you feel the information is incorrect we will recheck the case for you free of any charge for 30 days.
All data will be returned in an excel .csv format to allow the data to be imported to your systems, this return file will be password protected and encrypted.
If you have any questions call us on 01273 252539
Customer services 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday inclusive
* Where available, we search all the data sources we have available and report on our findings, people address tracing services are always on a no trace no fee basis. Subject to our standard terms of service
Enquiries are undertaken via telephone, professional & public access databases & all enquiries comply with the Data Protection Act.