mails.wtf is Email Verification Tools. mails.wtf offers the following functionalities:
- Bulk Email Verification
- Single Email Verification
- Email List Management
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mails.wtf helps companies ensure their email marketing customer lists and campaigns are on point by finding and verifying emails. mails.wtf is comprised of two main different parts. These are Email Finder and Email Verifier. With Email Finder, if you know the name and company of someone you wish to contact and add to your email marketing contact list, then mails.wtf allows you to find the email address by searching by both name and domain. This feature is complemented the Email Verify feature. With Email Verify, you can verify an unlimited number of email addresses to ensure they are correct. This helps you ensure you have a clean email marketing list and are not spamming people, or having a lot of bounces. You can also use both of these features in bulk, by uploading a list of multiple names, companies or email addresses, and then running this feature to either find the email addresses, or verify them.
|Support||Online||Customer Type||Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business|
|API||Location / Phone Number||NA|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud||Category||Email Verification Tools|
$9 /month billed Annually or $15 /month billed Monthly
$29 /month billed Annually or $39 /month billed Monthly
$39 /month billed Annually or $49 /month billed Monthly
$49 /month billed Annually or $59 /month billed Monthly
$79 /month billed Annually or $99 /month billed Monthly
Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 03/10/2018 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
The pricing for mails.wtf starts at $9.00 per month. mails.wtf has 5 different plans:
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Yes, mails.wtf provides API.
Bulk verify is by far the best option this has. Went ahead and got the yearly plan. Worth the buck!
Nothing yet. It can only search emails in the public domain.
Try the trial for some time and then go for it!
Helps me clean my database and verify working emails.