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Email Checker - Turns your cold mails - to hot leads.


Email Checker - Validate emails through social networks.


Email Checker - Turns your cold mails - to hot leads.


We are a team that validates emails and phones using social networks for the past 3 years. Previously, we did it manually and it took from 3 weeks to a year, but at the moment it takes from us only 15 minutes to check 1 000 000 email addresses.

Our service will be useful to those who are working every day to increase conversion in email mailings and want to decrease bounce rate. We will also be useful to those who want to know who is behind that email or phone in order to save their time and money.


$ 10/mo
1,000 emails to validate included
$0.005/1 mail overage charge

$ 30/mo
5,000 emails to validate included
$0.004/1 mail overage charge

$ 100/mo
0,000 emails to validate included
$0.003/1 mail overage charge

EPIC 100,000+ emails to validate included
LEGENDARY 1,000,000,000+ emails to validate included + telephones

Verify Email Address

Email Checker was created as an advanced, definitely a simple and affordable tool, the main goal of which is to ensure that the email address is real and active. We made everything to make it user-friendly and free. All that you have to do is to insert the address and click the "Check" button! In the short term after that, you'll know, whether this email is working and if it's a real one. The sense of this email verification is in finding its MX records and connecting to the main server via SMTP. Then the Checker will send a message to ensure a) that this email is working and b) that it applies to the said username. Although, we're gonna to admit: not all servers are able to cooperate for check the email online. Therefore some results can appear to be not as accurate, as it should be or as you've expected. Still, the running process is correct in general so it can provide you with information worth considering.

Dealing with trust issues: how does Email Checker really ork?

The essence of its validator work is in using the modern built system for activity and regularity checking. It definitely works harder than usual confirming systems, because this tool not only surfs all over JavaScript but also goes above and beyond multilevel testing, implementing AI and creating secure algorithms to confirm the truthfulness of email addresses… in the very same moment with you sitting beside your PC, sipping your tea, while it's making its job. The information which was mentioned above will be used by email validation technicians in their predictions towards emails you wanna verify. Some of them might return marked "hard bounce". In a general system, all of those emails will be lead through a categorizing system earning score points, while also being diagnosed according to data from 3 more than 25 major codes. In case the address turns out to be suspicious it gets separated for professional review. After that it can go one of two ways: either marketers can leave or delete said email from the suspect list, or the system itself can automatically correct syntax errors. The scoring system can also help to decide how to verify the email. If it accepts it, but for some reason, it wasn't receiving and/or sending messages for a prolonged period of time. This option helps marketing executives to maintain their lists accurately. Here you can find several ways the email tester works: _ Finding and working on correction of misspelled addresses. _ Pointing out incorrect mail formats. _ Rechecking accurate domain statuses. _ Sending email addresses to the scoring system and evaluating their status (in general, predictions about hard or soft bounce). _ Forming a rapport about registration data, level of activity and the last time it was opened. So, even if server moderators will refuse to send a piece of valid information about some email addresses, you'll still have a data worth considering and your wonderful brains to make necessary decisions about working with it.

Does the email address checker was invented to benefit everyone?

The short answer is yes, definitely. Let's go straight ahead to the longer answer. Testing techniques are staying on the generally same area for years and the main rule is - the more volume you have for receiving significant results, the better. So marketers, IT representatives and different companies aren't willing to spend time on something smaller and less significant tasks . Instead, they use this practice to get the real insight and improve something, if necessary. But the necessity of confirming email addresses is true for private individuals as well! Let's be real, who wants to cooperate with liars? Or, what's worse, send them money for something, you'll never get? It might ruin the whole customer experience once and for all! Therefore, the online tester can be a great opportunity to save yourself time, nerves and money. To conclude, here is the list of those, who benefit from email address testers: _ Marketing field workers. _ Representatives of IT companies or private IT professionals. _ Non-profitable and commercial companies. _ Other individuals. That makes pretty much everyone.

Developers perspective: is there an API (which stand for Application Programming Interface)?

Not at this current moment. Right now there's a full-fledged work on the API of a server version. Still, there's no information about the release of the day. So now, unfortunately, developers will have to check email as regular mortal human beings. h3 Just to be clear: what are the benefits?

Here is the list of general useful stuff, our email verification tool can provide you with: _ Checking the validity of said email address. Our service connects to the general server to texture and confirms this information. _ Saving customer's resources (such as money and time). Otherwise, these could be totally lost in an endless cycle of emailing someone unregistered, potentially strange and even dangerous. _ Helping marketers with different campaigns by checking (and attempting to reduce) bounce rates and checking (and attempting to increase) sender's scores. _ Providing consumers with every necessary detail of needed email and approving its validity and activity.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here's a short list of what you might want to know about this service.

What does it do?

You might need to verify the email address for various reasons. The task of the service's job is to automatically delete every invalid (or incorrect) email out of your contact list. That baggage will come out as a "hard bounce" so there will be no contact with them during your next campaign.

What is a hard bounce?

Hard bounce - is a term discovered to generalize " dead end" email addresses. It means that mail can't be delivered to them, for instance, due to an incorrect name and/or address. It's a serious problem, that's being treated on the highest level by many popular service providers.

Why should I pay that much of attention to hard bounces?

The majority of those who came to us did so only after their ESP (email service provider) told them to pay more attention toward bounces. This issue is more real than it may seem at the first sight because folks get them blocked or restrained their access because of that. Moreover, in case you have a lot of these in your address book, your provider might ask you to test those emails before you enter them into your list or the same may be applied to your account as well. Even if you're your own ESP, in case general ISP sees a small part of your emails be sent to invalid addresses, you may get your IPs blocked.

Does the "deliverable" email address has a chance to be bounced?

Well, we must admit, there is absolutely no 100 percent guarantee, because, as we mentioned earlier, there are some reasons, due to which it can be impossible to collect all the necessary information. But still, results show, that over 95 percent of those email addresses, that were marked as "deliverable" didn't bounce.

What exactly the "risky" status mean for an email address?

If an email you mentioned had received a tag named "risky", it means that the server looks like working, but we still have reasons to suspect that no one is about to read incoming messages. It can happen due to one of the following reasons: _ It looks like the email we sent was received, but it also looks like this server accepts any address, which is weird as well. _ It looks like the email we sent was received, but its name looks like abracadabra (for instance,

Exactly how does it check if the email is valid?

The email checker connects directly to the local server and corrects its data by sending said email. As it was mentioned earlier, all that you have to do is insert the address and click the "Check" button.

Is your verifying service free?

Once you made a decision to start using email checker, one approving means one request. If you're using a free account, you're free to verify 50 emails per month. In case you need more opportunities, choose another plan of cooperation with us, that meets all of your needs. In case you need more data to make a decision you may check out our price list.

What should I think if an email is tagged as "accept all"?

This status means we discovered that the server your email is on accepts every single message sent to the domain, no matter the origin of those addresses. Therefore we find server as an irrelevant one, and mark said email address as " risky". The only exception is if we have other strong reasons to be sure, that address literally exists and is active.

What are the checking points of email verifying?

Here are the main points we check every time for every email are given for us: _ Format: the first thing we check is whether the address looks valid and correct. Example: _ Gibbering: the second thing we look at is the actual name, so it can't look like its something randomly generated. For example, is simply will not pass. _ Disposable: at this point, we pay attention to the possibility of existing of temporary user names. If it has something like that - it won't proceed to the next stage. _ Webmail-like names. Here will be a verification of an email address so it wouldn't look like popular services, like Google. _ MX Records: We check this email on a subject of these so we could assure it can receive email messages. _ The next one is the SMTP server's presence, which can be confirmed by indicating on the previous step. _ The next stage is when we check the work of SMTP by testing the email address on the subject of bouncing… or its absence. * The last step is checking whether this server is set on accepting every email address. If it's policy is okay, we mark the address as "deliverable". That's the whole list of reason to trust our service highly because of this thorough investigation process, that repeats every time with every email address.