ActiveProspect partners with Whitepages Pro to offer their Global Address Validation API directly through LeadConduit. This integration validates and normalizes mailing address information including ZIP+4 and latitude/longitude.
Fields Added to the Flow
|What constitutes a Success?||What constitutes a Failure|
A Success status is returned when the Whitepages is_valid flag is either true or null.
A Failure status is returned when the Whitepages is_valid flag is false
the warnings array contains any of the following:
|What constitutes a Skip?||What constitutes an Error|
The Step will Skip unless the following fields are populated:
- OR -
This step will return an error when:
To add Whitepages Global Address Validation to your flow
- Find the flow and open the flow editor
- Click "Add Enhancement" from the actions listed at the bottom
- Search or scroll until you find "Global Address Validation" and select "Add To Flow"
- The UI will walk you through the rest of the setup, including adding the recommended filter
Whitepages Global Address Validation appends the following data:
|id||Normalized permanent input address id. Could be used to check if multiple input addresses are actually identical. A durable id will always be returned if the input is valid.|
Boolean value indicating if input address is valid. Possible values are:
|street_line_1||Normalized and validated street_line_1. Contains both primary and the optional secondary address data.|
|street_line_2||Normalized sub premise part of the address. This field may vary depending on a country.|
|city||Normalized city name.|
|postal_code||Postal code for the address in specified country location. Example: “98101” in US or “S3D 3F3” in CA.|
|zip4||4-digit US zip code extension.|
|state_code||State or administrative area for the address in the country location. Examples: “WA” for Washington in US or “BC” for British Columbia in CA.|
|country_code||Country code (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2) or country name, Example: “US” or “Mexico”.|
|lat_long||Latitude and longitude associated with the returned address. Includes “accuracy” string that represents the accuracy of the latitude/longitude with levels decreasing in precision in the following order: RoofTop, Street, PostalCode, Neighborhood, City, State, Country.
|warnings||An array containing one or more of the following warning message strings: