Dear Mr. Jordan,
Please accept my apology. I didn't believe that the email would work given
that the address started with "junk". I get so much spam each day that I
figured it was a false address in the form you filled out on our website.
I'd put off calling you on the phone until the holidays ended. Your query
was described as "non-urgent" and "just window shopping". I'll call you
The "demo" on the website was intended to show what the appearance of a
search rather than actually do a search for a particular POP list. It was
made in imitation of Earthlink's POP search. It is a high quality solution.
It's attractive. The data used to drive it is up-to-date and based on actual
local calling area information. It's the kind of solution we are offering
It sounds like we need to improve the content of the website to eliminate
confusion. Thanks for pointing it out. Just like anyone else we make
mistakes and will work to keep them from happening again.
Aha! I looked farther down my leads list and see you gave me another email
address. I'll get you information later today.
Service Level Corporation
From: usaconnex [mailto:usaconnex@...
Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2004 12:54 AM
Subject: [local-calling-guide] Re: Need Help
I am curious why I have not gotten a return email from you guys. I
signed up for the demo but have not heard anything from anyone. Also
do you guys have a demo that works? I see the one on your website
that referrences it is like the one earthlink uses but it does not
--- In email@example.com
, Carl Wright <wright@s...>
> Please add another website to the list of possible sources for the
> industry. See www.accessnumber.biz < http://www.accessnumber.biz
> services and software to support access number applications.
> We do the work to deliver accurate answers, provide the software
> website, and let you keep the data update without any labor on your
> your POPS change, you can get updates for your website immediately.
> telephone network changes, we update your data according to the
> request (monthly or quarterly). We update our databases twice a
> Carl Wright
> Service Level Corporation
> -----Original Message-----
> From: czg7777 [mailto:czg7777@y...]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2003 10:17 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [local-calling-guide] Re: Need Help
> --- In email@example.com, "bludevl26"
> <bludevl26@y...> wrote:
> > I am using http://members.dandy.net/~czg/search.html
> < http://members.dandy.net/~czg/search.html
> > to get
> > information for my ISP. I wanted to know if there are any other
> > sources or companies out there that you use that you could
> > to me. Do you personally do this kind of work or can you point
> > in the right direction. Looking to get access number database.
> > you can let me know where you get your info on your web site I
> > love to grab it.
> As mentioned in my reply to "carlwright_98" there are several
> vendors that provide this information for a fee. If you need
> absolutely accurate information for commercial purposes you should,
> course, use them. Try http://www.tariffs.com/ <http://www.tariffs.com/>
> > or
> http://www.ccmi.com/ <http://www.ccmi.com/> < http://www.ccmi.com/
> I collect the local calling information for my site from telco
> tariffs, many of which are available online.
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