What is DNC Complainers? | Understanding DNC Complainers in Phone Verification APIs

What is DNC Complainers?

DNC Complainers is a flag for individuals that have complained, but have not yet sent demand letters or sued. The phone numbers have been compiled from our network of clients over the past several years. Checking the DNC complainers’ list maximizes your protection and mitigates TCPA litigation risks.

If a phone number is on this list, a "CPL" flag will appear in the "DNC" column.

DNC Complainers is one of the many features included in our Phone Verification APIs and Bulk Phone Validator.
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