Press Release: June 02, 2020
Unscrupulous scammers steal personal data and money. Reverd.com offers easy API access to their constantly updated database of more than 7 Million, people reported blacklisted phone numbers.
Sheridan, WY, USA, June 2, 2020 – Despite the hard times caused by the current pandemic Reverd.com follows firmly behind their mission to protect phones from harassing spam phone calls. They are continuing to improve the first global anti-scam system. Currently their database of people reported harassing numbers has more than 7 Million blacklisted phone numbers and growing. About 20,000 newly reported numbers are being added daily. Their approach is different. They collect signals directly from the pain point. People report scam calls instantly from their phones or computers. Thus, everybody protects everyone.
“We provide access to our global database of crowd reported curated blacklisted phone numbers through our easy and fast comprehensive API with low latency - https://reverd.com/api/ Every user submitted report is reviewed by our human admin for typos, grammar and coarse language. Thus, the posted materials delivered to the public are grammatically correct, civilized and informative.
At Reverd, we value quality, therefore we cross verify every submitted phone number both automatically and manually by human admin using multiple information sources. We ensure both the phone number format and geographical location are correct when applicable.” - says CEO Mark McCoy.
“In contrast to other applications, like Nomorobo, we do not use scoring to determine if a number should be blacklisted. Reverd receives a signal directly from the victim of a harassing call. This not only eliminates guesswork but also provides invaluable clues. Description of the reported scam in some instances may contain clues of a possible crime, like the following example: “+1 (876) 326-4332 Possible sex trafficking.” - https://reverd.com/blog/1-8763264332 - that may help investigators, prosecutors and authorities.” - says company CEO Mark McCoy.
“The Reverd global database of Daily reported new harassing phone numbers is also available on DAWEX data marketplace https://bit.ly/2XgAiw0 - (DAWEX require registration).
We can work on customized data solutions to suit a client’s needs. We believe that everyone deserves clean, friendly, scam-free communication, therefore we share our database with providers and business partners. Give it a try. Let us know if you have any specific requirements.” - says CEO Mark McCoy.
Reverd automatic scam stopper receives scam reports from countries worldwide including U.S.A., the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Ukraine, Russia, El Salvador, Ghana etc. The Reverd comprehensive API allows data to be filtered, by country, region or area code.
The current high volume of unsolicited calls during these difficult pandemic times is not acceptable. Some are targeting vulnerable groups of society, like the following complaint for example: “+1 (715) 227-6089 - We get calls from this number at all hour day and night. Some very early. I have a 95-year-old mother in a nursing home and she is not well. When I get these calls at odd early or late times, I jump up to get the phone thinking the nursing home is calling me! When I have answered I repeatedly tell them to take me off of their list but they still keep calling!” – reported by Stevenson - https://reverd.com/blog/1-7152276089 This must stop. Tap into the constantly updated data with the fast and easy to use Reverd API. Response time can be tested here https://reverd.com/api/verify Give people the peace of mind they want.
Members of the press and others who have additional questions about the contents of this press release are encouraged to contact Mr. McCoy as provided below.
Company - Reverd LLC
Contact Person - Mark McCoy
Phone - (307) 460-7710
Email – email@example.com
Website - https://reverd.com/
30 N. Gould St.
Sheridan, WY 82801
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