Service Objects and Santa Launch Interactive Online Tool to Allow Consumers to Check Their Holiday Contact List Twice

Free cloud-based tool leverages the power of Service Objects’ Address Validation solutions
SANTA BARBARA, CA (November 7, 2018)

Service Objects, the leading provider of real-time global contact validation solutions, today announced it has created a free cloud-based tool where consumers and businesses can go to verify and validate the global contact data for those on their holiday list. The online resource, featuring Santa and his helpers, was created to assist individuals and organizations in checking their address list twice to avoid the cost and frustration associated with mailing cards and packages to the wrong location. The online tool is now available, click here to use it.

With the holiday season fast approaching, Service Objects wanted to spread some merriment by helping people be sure their contact data is as accurate and up-to-date as possible.

Geoff Grow, Founder and CEO of Service Objects

Powered by Service Objects’ DOTS Address Validation – US, Address Validation – Canada, and Address Validation - International, visitors can input up to 10 addresses on their list from anywhere in the world and receive back a result indicating if the address is valid or if it is undeliverable. Even more useful, for those addresses that can be fixed, the web service will return a corrected and standardized version, ensuring packages and mail arrive on time this holiday season.

Even Santa and his elves have learned that using Google Maps to find an address will not always be useful for delivering mail and packages. Although Google Maps is a powerful lookup tool, it will not validate that mail can be actually be delivered to a particular location. The outcome is valuable packages and holiday communications can be returned as undelivered. Only by using a robust Address Validation solution can individuals be sure they are using a deliverable address.

“With the holiday season fast approaching, Service Objects wanted to spread some merriment by helping people be sure their contact data is as accurate and up-to-date as possible,” said Geoff Grow, CEO and Founder, Service Objects. “By providing free access to our suite of global Address Validation services, visitors can check their list twice and reduce the stress of the busy holiday season.”

Service Objects can also help businesses with larger lists to validate. For more information or to upload your list, click here.

About Service Objects

Founded in 2001, Service Objects is the leading provider of contact validation solutions, validating online transactions in real-time, including contact name, address, phone, email, and device. Using Service Objects’ global validation and location web services, businesses can identify potentially fraudulent contact records, append additional contact information, and process transactions in a more efficient manner. Service Objects has validated nearly 6 billion contacts, and major brands such as American Express, Microsoft, and Amazon rely on Service Objects for their data validation needs. For more information about Service Objects’ real-time web services, contact

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