InfoUSA.com is a business which claims to have the ability to offer people affordable sales and marketing solutions to help their growing businesses acquire, manage, and retain new customers.
Established in 1972, InfoUSA.com says that since their inception they have helped “millions of businesses” in the growth and expansion of their clients, and that in a recent client survey, over 80% of respondents said they would renew, reuse, or continues their relationship with InfoUSA.
The company says they offer high quality business and consumer contact databases, which are tailor made to your business and its needs. The website says they are able to do this because their staff studies your best customers and then helps you acquire more similar to them.
Their website says they have a staff which includes industry specific experts in areas like Insurance, Financial Services, Manufacturing, and thousands of other fields.
The tailor made marketing solutions their experts recommend falls into a variety of categories: Marketing Lists, Sales Leads from Salesgenie, Email Campaigns, Direct Mail Campaigns, Data Processing Solutions, Business Credit Reports from Credit.net, and a Local Search.
InfoUSA.com does not give any direct pricing lists or clear understanding of the cost of their services to you on their website, because they must approach each company’s situations and needs individually.
However, when you purchase a list from InfoUSA.com, if you receive bad data, direct your complaints back to them and they will refund your money for the portion of the list that was undeliverable, out of date, or disconnected.
That being said, they do disclose on their site that their mailing lists and sales leads have return rates of 5-10% of businesses and 10-12% for consumers. Despite what may seem like low numbers, the company says they spend $50 million a year to compile the world’s best databases using more than 600 research specialists.
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1 ‘InfoUSA.com’ Review
They hook you up with a money back guarantee and when you ask for your money because of the high % of undeliverable mail, they start hiding from you. A perfect bait-and -switch "business" practice example!