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Tag: Address Validation

How To Use Our Web Services In Your Business
The Service Objects web services support integrations using the industry standard HTTP GET, POST, and SOAP protocols. They also allow for return objects in both XML and JSON markup languages....
Detecting Ecommerce Fraud from High-Risk Shipping Addresses
Fraudulent orders, where merchandise is shipped to people who have no intention of ever paying for it, form an important part of the over $5 trillion that fraud costs businesses...
Not All Addresses Are Well Written
Service Objects has been validating addresses via real-time API interfaces for over 20 years, giving us a level of expertise that few companies can match. We constantly see challenging addresses...
US Postal Service Rate Increases: What That Means For You
Three things that are inevitable in life are death, taxes, and increases in postage rates – especially in an era of rising inflation, higher transportation costs, and moves to stabilize...
How To Get US Census Data For An Address or Place
The DOTS Address Geocode – International web service makes use of US Census data to help geocode US addresses. This is not uncommon for many geocoding solutions, but what often...
Continuous Monitoring to Keep Your Data Up-To-Date
Let’s talk about something that is becoming a growing topic lately: large-scale continuous monitoring of your contact data. Technology has made it possible to rapidly process large amounts of data...
Integrating Address Validation into WooCommerce
In this integration guide, we will walk you through the installation and configuration of our Address Validation plugin. Service Objects’ Address Validation plugin will extend your existing checkout functionality by...
How Google Maps Can Be Problematic
Google Maps is a great tool for geocoding. But if you are looking at legitimacy of addresses and/or the existence of a certain address, this is something that Google Maps...
Turn Fulfillment Into a Competitive Advantage
Fulfillment. First of all, if you are involved in customer-facing ecommerce, you know that it’s a noun and not a verb – “Send this order to fulfillment.” More often than...

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