Your account will be charged $0.01 for each append by this service.
Validate and enhance a basic US/Canada mailing address.
Ekata will append the following data to your lead.
|Integration outcome (success or error)|
|If the outcome is error, this is the reason why|
|Whether or not the lookup is billable|
|Normalized permanent input address id|
|Indicates if address is valid (deprecated; use "validity_level" instead)|
|The level to which the validity of the address could be verified, one of: valid_to_house_number, missing_address, invalid, valid, valid_to_street, valid_to_country, valid_to_city, valid_to_house_number_missing_apt|
Street Line 1
|The first line of the street part in the structured address|
Street Line 2
|The second line of the street part in the structured address|
|Canonicalized city name. For example: Olympia|
|The postal code of the structured address, including ZIP+4 (USA)|
|2 character US or Canadian code (ISO 3166-2), such as "WA" or "BC"|
|Country code (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2), currently only US and CA. Example: US|
|The accuracy of the lat-long for the location, one of: Neighborhood, Country, PostalCode, Street, City, State, Rooftop|
Last Seen Days
|Count for number of days since an address was last seen in Ekata's Identity Network|
First Seen Days
|Count for number of days since an address was first seen in Ekata's Identity Network|
|Count for how many merchants an address has been used with in the last 90 days|
|Count for how many times an address has been seen in the last 90 days|
|Count for how many other elements are used with an address in last 90 days|
|An indicator of input completeness for the address entity, one of: Empty, Partial, Missing, Complete|
|Warnings from Ekata about the lead|
|Data from the warnings array, combined into one string|
The following fields are used by this integration and automatically added to your flow when missing.
Required fieldEkata needs this data to function.
Custom Input Variables
The following are configuration options (typically not collected with lead data).
|Timeout Seconds||Produce an "error" outcome if the server fails to respond within this number of seconds (default: 360)|