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WARNING: You Could Be Overpaying for Mailings. Try Deceased/Prison Suppression To Remove Unnecessary Mailings And Reduce Postage Costs.

You work hard to keep your mailing lists clean and up to date. But one thing that address verification and change of address processing won’t tell you is whether your prospect has passed away or not. That’s where Anchor Software’s Deceased Suppression system can help. We use multiple sources to generate an extensive and accurate database of individuals who are deceased, allowing you to remove those individuals from your mailing lists and marketing efforts.

The Deceased Suppression System uses Anchor Software’s powerful merge/purge accuracy and pattern recognition techniques to identify and eliminate records that match the system’s extensive database of deceased individuals. This database is supplied with the system and updated regularly. It is comprised of over 60 million records derived from the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Death Master File, augmented by records derived from Anchor’s proprietary sources. Deceased Suppression provides an integrated turnkey application that can add $$$ to your bottom line.

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The Prison Suppression File is a comprehensive list of 25,000 Federal Prisons, State Prisons, County Correctional Facilities, and City Jails across the United States. It has been compiled from records obtained from correctional departments, probation and  parole authorities making the file a valuable asset in eliminating risky and unprofitable prospects from your mailing list.

Deceased Key Features

  • Proprietary database of over 60 million entries, updated automatically

  • Eliminates duplicate records

  • Provides user-defined tightening and loosening options

Prison Key Features

  • 25,000 Federal Prisons, State Prisons, County Correctional Facilities, and City Jails across the United States.

Reporting Features

  • Summary Report broken down by match type

  • Frequency Report broken down in grids of the last 5 years

  • State Reports

  • Gender and Age Reports