Plainfield, IL (PRWEB) July 14, 2014
Infutor Data Solutions announced this week the launch of a new Bankruptcy Database. This newest Bankruptcy Database contains the most comprehensive Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy data in the marketplace, containing current and historical bankruptcy filings since 2002.
“As a result of the economic recession in the mid-to-late 2000’s, a million Americans per year have filed for bankruptcy protection,” explains Mary Jo Yafchak, Vice President of Product Development. “Many of these consumers are now emerging from bankruptcy and looking to re-establish credit, making them ideal candidates for marketing offers such as auto loans, secured credit cards, home loan modifications, and more,” she adds.
Infutor’s new Bankruptcy Database is compiled weekly from Federal Appellate, District, and Bankruptcy courts. All incoming records are cleansed, processed through the most recent NCOA updates, and standardized prior to inclusion in the database.
“Infutor has worked extensively to provide a complete Bankruptcy File that complements our Automotive and Consumer Database offerings,” explains Yafchak. “With our Bankruptcy Data available through our automated online platforms, our clients are able to select or suppress these consumers, to further target their product and service offerings,” she continues.
Data elements available on Infutor’s new Bankruptcy Database include:
Infutor’s new Bankruptcy Database is available through QueryFlex, Infutor’s online count and order system, to further target specific data segments, and PowerFlex, for automated appending and flagging of bankruptcy data elements.
About Infutor Data Solutions
Infutor Data Solutions is a privately-held corporation whose primary focus is creating and maintaining the most accurate and complete data assets available. Compiled from public and proprietary information, Infutor’s data assets are highly regarded in the information industry and are used by most of the industry’s largest information resellers, non-profit organizations, call centers, retailers, utility companies and collections/fraud prevention agencies.