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Here are some answers about Number Verifier's Caller ID Monitoring and Reputation Management services.
Carriers and call blocking apps usually flag numbers for placing too many calls in a short time, or because of the numerous reports that come from consumers. However, these systems use different scoring methods, so it takes more than one report for a number to be flagged as spam or scam.
The main purpose of this service is to provide real-time monitoring of your numbers in order to help you keep them clean and prevent them from being flagged. There is still no solution available that can simply delete the flags from your numbers.
Once you've identified the numbers that were flagged, you can replace them with new numbers and wait for their negative labels to be removed.
We let you decide that. You can either choose from our range of pricing packages based on how many credits you require or opt for a customized Caller ID monitoring and Reputation Management solution that scales with your business.
Unfortunately, there is no permanent solution to this issue. However, by monitoring your numbers continuously, purchasing them from major carriers, managing regular swapping, and staying up to date with industry regulations, you can help minimize the risk that your numbers will be flagged.
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"I discovered that 1/3 of my outbound numbers were labeled as spam with Number Verifier. We spend 120K + monthly on leads and were wasting $30,000 on never successfully contacted leads. This was a game-changer."
"My salespeople were all crying about the leads. We accused our lead vendors of selling fake leads. Number Verifier Showed me that 100% of my DIDs were labeled Scam Likely by ATT and about 30% on T-mobile. Our answer is now back to normal."
"As a medical laboratory, we couldn't reach our patients. I never imagined that our phone numbers would be labeled spam. So I was utterly shocked to see almost all of our numbers were flagged as spam on at least one mobile phone carrier."
Don’t let spam flags ruin your hard-earned trust and reputation. Here’s how you can reclaim control of your caller ID and make sure your customers pick up your calls.