PeopleData API offers data about 95 million people for use for contact enrichment, address autocomplete, identity verification, caller and email ID, age verification and more. The API offers pricing plans for each endpoint and returns JSON formatted data. From the provider: "Fresh, Reliable, Real-Time Data.
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Contact Enrichment API - Multiple search types for matching - Fill in missing contact details for anyone - Get a name, age, contact info, and more - Accesses billions of U.S. based records
ID Verification API - Verify each entry with a match score - Multiple search types to ID someone - Get a name, age, contact info and more - Accesses billions of U.S. based records
Address Autocomplete API - Provides real-time verification - Clean and accurate data entries - Filter by ZIP code, city, or state - Only pay per returned result
Caller ID API - Quick searches returning the best match - Identify unknown callers - Verify the owner of the number - Find other contact info on the owner
Email ID API - Find a full profile with just an email - Fill out missing details from email leads - Verify the owner of the email - Find other contact info on the owner
Address ID API - Find a full profile with just an address - Fill out missing details from email leads - Verify the resident of the address - Find other contact info from the match
Contact ID API - Receive a unique ID for each match - Call that unique ID for ongoing updates - Link your internal data ID to ours - Get same contact info as always
Age Verification API
Verify someone’s age with just a few data points (coming soon)"
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