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Consumer List Builder

Here is where you start building your list.

Remember all of the search criteria below are optional. If your list needs to target a geographical area, we recommend you start with the Postcode Selection. For all other Search Criteria, click on each of the categories below to expand and view the options available.

Once you have finished building your list click 'COUNT' to obtain a count of the records available.

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Postcode Selection

Your Search

UK Wide

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Build your list using postcodes.

You can choose:

- Area level i.e. CT, Canterbury
- District level i.e. CT15, Dover
- Sector level i.e. CT15 5, part of Dover

Search Criteria


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You can choose the type of contact you wish to target within each household.


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If required select the gender of your prospects.






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If you wish to build a list using estimated age bands, select one or more of the age bands listed. If you require exact ages you may prefer to select using birth dates available within a separate selection.
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For birthday selections you can specify a range for the day and month.

To receive an automatic delivery of new birthday leads visit Birthday Mailings!










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For birthday selections you can choose the birth day from the options listed.

To receive an automatic delivery of new birthday leads visit Birthday Mailings!





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For birthday selections you can choose the birth month from the options listed.

To receive an automatic delivery of new birthday leads visit Birthday Mailings!
More Than 
Less Than 
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Select the estimated household income.
e.g. more than: 25000
More Than 
Less Than 
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Select the estimated property value.
e.g. more than: 150000

































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For birthday selections you can choose the birth year from the options listed.

To receive an automatic delivery of new birthday leads visit Birthday Mailings!


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If required select the marital status of your prospects.

To receive an automatic delivery of new bride-to-be leads visit Getting Married!


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You can make a selection based on the prospects tenure status. Such as owner occupied or privately rented.









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Affluence is a person level variable that identifies an individual’s affluence based on a number of key variables: Income, Property Value and Net worth. These are banded into 20 bands with band 00 being the least affluent and band 19 the most.

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Select individuals that are available to be supplied with a telephone number. Note: Telephone data is sourced from a variety of mail order sources with consent for marketing purposes, on occasions a proportion of numbers submitted as home may relate to a work or alternative contact number.
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It is unlawful to make a direct marketing telephone call to a number registered with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS), with potential fines of £5,000.




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You can make selections based on the council tax band of the properties they live in.



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You can make a selection based on the prospects employment status, eg part-time, full-time, or retired.


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You can make a selection based on the type of residency a prospect lives in. Such as detached or semi-detached.











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You can build the list based on how long prospects have lived in a property by using length of residency bands. These range from less than 1 year to more than 11 years.

To receive an automatic delivery of new home mover leads visit Recently Moved!

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You can make a selection based on whether prospects have children or not.












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You can make your selection on the household occupancy type.




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You can make selections based on the estimated outstanding amount of mortgage a prospect has.

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This is a modelled field derived from both public record and trade directory data. It indicates that a business is run from a residential address.
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Financial Strategy Segments (FSS) is a person and household level segmentation developed to help financial services companies target their financial services products and services. Financial Strategy Segments classify all adults in the United Kingdom into: 13 household level groups (A - M). 45 household level types. The household level types are further split into 82 person level types. These are distinct financial lifestyle types which comprehensively describe their typical financial product holdings, behaviour and future intentions, as well as summarising their key socio-economic and demographic characteristics. Click here to download the Experian brochure showing the full list of Financial Strategy Segment 2003 classifications.
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Financial Strategy Segments (FSS) 2011 is a person and household level segmentation which provides an unrivalled depth of insight into the financial behaviours of UK consumers Financial Strategy Segments 2011 classifies all adults in the United Kingdom into: 14 household level groups (A–N) and 50 household level types. The household level types are further split into 93 person level types. These are distinct financial lifestyle types which comprehensively describe the underlying factors which influence consumer behaviour, such as typical financial product holdings, behaviour and future intentions, as well as summarising their key socio-economic and demographic characteristics.
Click here to download the Experian brochure showing the full list of Financial Strategy Segment 2011 classifications.











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This is a household level demographic segmentation that shows the combined stage of life and family status.
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The latest version of Experian’s Mosaic UK consumer classification gives you a comprehensive view of UK consumers now and in the future. 155 Mosaic person types aggregate into 67 household types and 15 groups, to create a 3 tier classification that can be used at the individual, household or postcode level. Click here to download the Experian brochure showing the full list of Mosaic UK 2009 classifications.
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This latest version of Mosaic UK capitalises on Experian’s access to a wealth of new and richly detailed information on all individuals in the UK and the neighbourhoods in which they reside, such as demographics around household structure, lifestage and culture, property and tenure information, economic indicators, census data, term time addresses for students, as well as physical and human geographic insights. Click here to download the Experian brochure showing the full list of Mosaic UK Generation 6.



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Liquid Assets identifies the value of assets which can be immediately accessed, such as current accounts.



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Non-liquid Assets identifies the value of assets which cannot be immediately accessed, such as stocks and shares, ISAs and Unit / investment trusts.




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Financial Stress is the estimated level of indebtedness and identifies an individual’s potential to become over-stretched and struggle with further payments.

Record Search & Exclusions


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You can choose to target one individual per household or multiple individuals at each address.