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Mortality Suppressions

What is mortality suppression?

Mortality suppressions enable business to suppress, or remove any individuals from a set of data that have died. This information is taken from a file that contains over 1.9 million records sourced from both private and public data source.

Why would you suppress business data for mortalities?

On average, around 170,000 mailings are delivered each year to people who have passed away. Mortality suppression avoids any unnecessary distress to bereaved families, the possibility of untold brand reputation and reduces cost from miscommunications.

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