Universal Databrokers has access to over 150 million consumers and businesses. This data is recent, correct and a broad and long history is available.
With our data companies, government authorities, bailiffs, collection agencies and webshops can make better decisions, fight fraud, credit risks and automate decision-making
Core activities of Universal Databrokers (UDB)
We collect data worldwide
Our data is collected from public data from public, official registers and publications. We don’t just randomly pick these of the web, but purchase these directly from the source. Therefore Universal Databrokers (UDB) has broad user-licenses from database owners.
One unique international database
Unlike our large data industry partners, we have all our in-house data collections standardised in one (virtual) relational database. This database is not limited to one country, but is international and has unlimited access, throughout all sources and always aimed at the needs of our clients
Data available in 8 languages
Reports from UDB’s database are available in 8 languages: Dutch, French, German, English, Italian, Spanish, JapaneseandChinese. The data is supplied in the ‘domestic’ date or time zone.
A lot of data from Western Europe
With regards to data from Western Europe. Our virtual database has all recent information on properties, companies, bankruptcies, suspensions of payments, street maps and all available telephone numbers.
Data-size and Quality
With UDB, parties have the largest commercially available database at their disposal. The quality of information is high and recent, with an extensive history.
Knowledge of the market
We know the data, the opportunities and the restrictions. UDB’s management has been gathering information on companies and natural persons on a professional level since 1982.
UDB is independent, objective and in no way affiliated with a financial service company. Moreover, UDB is compliant with the regulations of national and European legislation.
Our clients are mainly resellers and large consumers of information, like financial service companies, debt collectors, government agencies and large webshops.