This article explains what is classified as a duplicate record when we deliver certain types of leads.
Zillow Leads Duplicates Policy
We deliver new leads weekly or daily.
To avoid duplicates, we use built-in Zillow filters available to search for properties which have been listed on Zillow in the last X days (7 Days or 1 day)
If a previously listed property has been re-listed by Zillow and appears as a new listing within the above mentioned search filters, this doesn't count as a duplicate on our end, even though it might be a duplicate on your end based on past data. You will still get charged for these records as this could signify a sale that fell through or a house that has been sold and is up for sale again.
Craigslist Leads Duplicates Policy
We deliver new Ads weekly or daily.
We check for duplicates by Ad URL. If a person posts an Ad multiple times then each Ad will have a different Ad URL and we don't treat them as duplicates and you will get charged for these records.
We can't check for duplicates by phone number or email address because In order to see the email or phone number linked to an ad, we have to solve a Captcha and incur a cost which means it needs to be charged.
If a previously listed Ad has been re-listed by Craigslist and appears with a new posted date in the last X days (7 days or 1 day) then it is considered a new Ad and doesn't count as a duplicate on our end, even though it might be a duplicate on your end based on past data. You will still get charged for these records.
Google Leads Duplicates Policy
We deliver data based on keywords or search terms.
On Google sometimes a business will be listed under multiple search terms and or multiple zip codes/ suburbs etc.
In order to see these records we have to solve a Captcha and incur a cost which means it needs to be charged.
If you have any other questions regarding duplicate records then please don't hesitate to reach out to one of our customer success managers by emailing [email protected]