Infofree.com’s Lead Generation System Simplifies Sales Prospecting

OMAHA, NE–(Marketwired – September 26, 2016) – Infofree.com, the premier provider of unlimited sales leads, background & criminal searches, and business credit reports is pleased to announce a new feature that make prospecting easier and more productive. This new feature remembers the last page a user visited so when they return, they can pick up where they left off.

Infofree.com users who sign back in will automatically be directed to the last page that they visited. This new feature is designed to enhance the entire prospecting experience and should result in more usability and value from their Infofree.com subscription.
Infofree.com subscribers are able to access the easy-to-use online database that provides sales leads, mailing lists, credit reports, background/criminal searches, and free CRM.

About Us: Infofree.com™ is a cloud-based, Software-As-A-Service (S-a-a-S) system that provides sales leads and e-mail lists for only $75 per month. With Infofree.com’s system, you get unlimited sales leads, and a free CRM for a low monthly price. It also offers a mobile application with mapping features. Infofree.com’s triple-verified databases include 14 million businesses, 240 million consumers, and 26 million executives. Infofree.com was founded by Vin Gupta. Reach new homeowners, new movers, newlyweds, new businesses and much more at www.infofree.com.


Sales People Love E-Mail Lists from Infofree.com

Customers Increase Sales Using Infofree.com’s Sales Leads, Email lists, & Sales Leads

OMAHA, NE–(Marketwired – August 26, 2016) – Users of Infofree.com, the premier provider of unlimited sales leads, email lists and a free CRM, have reported an increase of sales and overall growth in business. Satisfied customers like Gary Gardner have voiced their opinions through YouTube video testimonials and reviews on company rating platforms such as resellerratings.com.

“I have been utilizing the Infofree service for some time now. It is a remarkable program that will increase your sales, and give you a tremendous potential for future prospects! I have found so many ways to accumulate solid leads. This program has given my sales people the opportunity to make great futures for themselves. But of course it also allows them to make a good living and maintain a fantastic rapport with existing clients because of the CRM 101 program which allows them to store our valuable customers on their computers. Thanks Infofree for your hard work,” said Infofree.com customer Gary Gardner from Binghamton, New York.

Infofree.com provides a 30-day risk free trial to new customers, which gives users the option to try out the product with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Subscribers are given access to unlimited search, sort and view. As long as the user does not download or print the records, they are eligible for a full refund.

Infofree.com subscribers are able to access the easy-to-use online database that provides sales leads, mailing lists, email lists, credit reports, background/criminal searches, and free CRM.

About Us: Infofree.com™ is a cloud-based, Software-As-A-Service (S-a-a-S) system that provides sales leads and e-mail lists for only $75 per month. With Infofree.com’s system, you get unlimited sales leads, a free CRM, and its email database for a low, monthly price. It also offers a mobile application with mapping features. Infofree.com’s triple-verified databases include 14 million businesses, 240 million consumers, and 26 million executive email addresses. Infofree.com was founded by Vin Gupta. Reach new homeowners, new movers, newlyweds, new businesses and much more at www.Infofree.com.


Sync Your Google And Outlook Accounts With CRM101® New Calendar Integration

New Calendar Integration Improves Infofree.com’s Proprietary CRM101 ®

OMAHA, NE–(Marketwired – July 18, 2016) – Infofree.com, the premier provider of unlimited sales leads, mailing lists, and a free CRM, has added a new function to CRM101 ®. Users are now able to integrate their existing Outlook or Google calendar accounts with CRM101 ® – Infofree.com’s customer relationship management tool.

“Now you have the convenience of managing appointments, to and from the CRM by syncing your Google or Outlook accounts,” said Bob Smith, President/CTO of Infofree.com

This new feature presents many practical benefits for everyday use. The calendar integration feature allows users to set up appointments and meetings while saving time. The functionality goes both ways meaning the events and appointments that are set up in CRM101 ® will sync up to the user’s Google or Outlook account, and vice versa. This means that the appointments that are created from the user’s email accounts like Outlook or Gmail will also be automatically synced to CRM101 ®.

With the users being able to sync up their Google or Outlook accounts, this feature allows for a more convenient experience and gives the user the ability to manage their workday in a more efficient manner. Business owners, entrepreneurs, account and sales representatives, can all utilize this tool to schedule calls and meetings. This new calendar integration feature is included with any Infofree.com subscription.

Infofree.com subscribers are able to access the easy-to-use online database that provides sales leads, mailing lists, credit reports, background/criminal searches, and free CRM.

About Us: Infofree.com™ is a cloud-based, Software-As-A-Service (S-a-a-S) system that provides sales leads and mailing lists for a low monthly price. With Infofree.com’s system, you get unlimited sales leads, a free CRM, and its email database for a low, monthly price. It also offers a mobile application with mapping features. Infofree.com’s triple-verified databases include 14 million businesses, 240 million consumers, and 26 million executives. Infofree.com was founded by Vin Gupta. Reach new homeowners, new movers, newlyweds, new businesses and much more at www.infofree.com.


New Email Function Improves Infofree.com’s CRM Tool

Infofree.com’s New CRM Email Function Makes Sending Emails Easier

OMAHA, NE–(Marketwired – June 27, 2016) – Infofree.com, the premier provider of unlimited sales leads and a free CRM, has added a new function to their CRM. Users are now able to pre-write and save email templates in the CRM. These templates can help make sending emails to multiple people much easier and more effective.

“Being able to reach out to multiple leads by sending saved email templates with just a few clicks makes the work of the user so much more efficient,” said Prajol Shakya, Software Developer for Infofree.com.

With the users being able to send up to 250 emails a day, this updated feature allows for a much smoother and faster emailing process and gives the user the ability to reach out to more customers. It cuts down the time needed to create multiple messages or similar messages to different individuals. The email function is included with any Infofree.com subscription.

Infofree.com subscribers are able to access the easy-to-use online database that provides sales leads, mailing lists, credit reports, background/criminal searches, and free CRM.

About Us: Infofree.com™ is a cloud-based, Software-As-A-Service (S-a-a-S) system that provides sales leads and mailing lists for a low monthly price. With Infofree.com’s system, you get unlimited sales leads, and the free CRM for a low monthly price. It also offers a mobile application with mapping features. Infofree.com’s triple-verified databases include 14 million businesses, 240 million consumers, and 26 million executives. Infofree.com was founded by Vin Gupta. Reach new homeowners, new movers, newlyweds, new businesses and much more at www.infofree.com.


Press Release

Federal Judge Denies Infogroup®’s Request for Preliminary Injunction against DatabaseUSA, Infofree.com, and AtoZ Databases

Judge John Gerrard rules against Infogroup® on all counts of their request

Omaha, NE (Marketwired – April 17, 2015) – The full 33 page judgement can be read here: www.databaseusa.com/lawsuit.

On the issue of improperly acquiring information from Infogroup’s proprietary databases, Judge Gerrard said, “Information from at least some of Infogroup’s seed files has been found in other competitors’ data and on public search engines… But there must be some showing, and here there is not: to the extent that Infogroup’s motion is focused on ‘webscraping,’ such conduct is not unlawful under Nebraska law.”

Additionally, the judge also noted that “But DatabaseUSA’s evidence pokes some holes in that theory. The information in Infogroup’s database is not wholly unavailable to the world at large – to begin with, while some data may come from private sources or Infogroup’s own information-gathering, a substantial amount of the data is compiled from publicly-available sources… DatabaseUSA’s evidence also casts a substantial doubt on whether any of the individual employee defendants could have obtained the data at issue. Three of the five individual defendants were terminated by Infogroup before the November 2011 seed data was inserted into the Infogroup database. Another was not hired by DatabaseUSA until after the June 2013 audit that discovered the seed data. And none of the former Infogroup employees (with the presumable exception of Gupta, who was out the door by 2008) had the necessary access to Infogroup’s database to have perpetrated a heist.”

Also, on the issue of engaging in false advertising, Judge Gerrard stated, “Because the Court finds that DatabaseUSA’s use of the word ‘verified’ is neither literally false, nor misleading in context, and that no tendency to deceive or actual deception has been shown, the Court finds that Infogroup has not shown a likelihood of succeeding on its claim.”

On the issue of the relationship between Mr. Gupta and Infogroup having been falsely represented and confusing customers, Judge Gerrard said, “And in this case, Gupta’s identification of himself as the founder of Infogroup and its associated entities is accurate – and Gupta is entitled to accurately describe his experience in the industry when marketing his company’s products and services… Nor, the court finds, has Infogroup sufficiently demonstrated actual confusion on the part of consumers. Infogroup’s evidence of confused consumers is, again, anecdotal at best.

Finally, on the issue of the “60 Minutes” video, Judge Gerrard stated, “Infogroup also contends that the ‘60 Minutes’ references, and description of DatabaseUSA as having been creating databases ‘since 1972,’ somehow supports its false association claim. Filing 81 at 16-17. But neither the ‘60 Minutes’ excerpts, nor the slogan, make any direct reference to Infogroup.”

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About Us:

Infofree.com™ is revolutionizing the sales lead and mailing list industry by providing unlimited search, select and view of over 14 million businesses, 250 million consumers and hundreds of other specialty databases for low, flat rates. Reach new homeowners, new movers, newlyweds, new businesses and much more at www.infofree.com.

DatabaseUSA.com provides high-quality, full service database and email marketing solutions to businesses and sales professionals. With over 200 years combined experience, the company is revolutionizing the way businesses find new prospects and grow their sales. DatabaseUSA.com proudly offers a 95% accurate, triple-verified database of mailing lists, email lists, and sales leads, as well as direct mail, database enhancements, and many other marketing and sales lead services.

AtoZdatabases, powered by DatabaseUSA.com, is a leading provider of job searches, reference, and marketing databases for public libraries, academic institutions, and government agencies across the United States.