Count on us for mailing list data processing services in Toms River, NJ & Brooklyn, NY

If you're not sure which customers to target during your next advertising campaign, let the pros at JB Direct Mail Incorporated help. We can assist with mailing list data processing and creation. Our team members can create a mailing list of your potential customers based on a variety of mailing list selects.

Get in touch with us now to get mailing list data processing services in Toms River, NJ & Brooklyn, NY.

We go above and beyond to organize your mailing list and materials

Some Mailing List types include:

  • Saturation Mailing Lists
  • Consumer Mailing Lists
  • Business Mailing Lists
  • New Movers... and many more

Some of the target selects for these lists include:
  • Geography
  • Income
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Child Presence
  • Home Owners
  • Sales Volume
  • Employee Size

Have a customer List? NO Problem. Our Data processing department will take your current mailing list and process it through our USPS certified Mailing Software to ensure an accurate list for mailing.

Our data processors will:

  • Merge Multiple Lists
  • Remove Duplicate Entries

CASS Certification (Coding Accuracy Support System (CASS) Certification ™ is a program that was developed by the USPS to test the accuracy of address matching software and improve the accuracy of postal coding, such as ZIP+4

Code®, carrier route and 5-digit ZIP Code coding. The USPS had created it to incentivize higher quality address processing in order to;

  • Reduce undeliverable mail
  • Reduce unsortable mail
  • Reduce mail that requires extra effort by postal workers to reach the intended address

NCOA-. Verification of the National Change of Address (NCOA) database ensures that you do not lose track of your customers when they move to a new location.

The NCOA database is a set of data that includes the permanent change-of address records maintained by the U.S. Postal Service. Here is how it works:
  • Every time people living in the U.S. move and submit a change-of address form totheir local post office, their new addresses are recorded in the NCOA database.
  • The Post Office automatically checks addressed mail against this database for a predetermined period so that mail is appropriately forwarded to its recipient.
  • The USPS keeps change-of-address records on file for 48 months, which means that it can track address changes from the past four years and send mail to the correct address once the individual has moved.