How does Purple Verify work?
Log in attempt
The user attempts to log into your venue WiFi
The user types an incorrect or mistyped email address
Verify check & prompt
Purple Verify checks the email and prompts the user to type the correct email in
The user inputs the correct email and continues their online access journey
Stop gathering incorrect contact information
Customers may use disposable or incorrect emails in order to avoid giving their real contact information as they log in. This creates an issue with your database, as some emails may be invalid meaning you can’t reach the right people. Our Verify software checks email addresses in real-time, at login and stops users from entering fake or disposable email addresses.
Prevent typos from entering your database
Users mistype or make typos all the time when entering in their information, meaning you’ll probably have some data that’s nearly right, but not exactly. Verify stops mistyped emails from entering your database, to keep your data accurate and ready to use.
Communicate with real people, using real email addresses
Having the wrong contact information in your database is inefficient and pointless. By only collecting real contact information from your customers, you can make sure you reach them in the right way, at the right time.
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Frequently Asked Questions
A disposable email address is a temporary email account used for short-term purposes, like signing up for websites or services. Verify prevents false data from being collected keeping your database clean.
Disposable email addresses are generated by online services, creating unique email accounts with limited lifespans.
1st party data is information collected directly from your own audience or customers through interactions on your website, mobile app, or other owned channels. It is considered valuable and reliable.
3rd party data is information collected from external sources and not directly from your audience. It is often used by marketers to enhance audience understanding and target specific segments in advertising and marketing campaigns.