National Change of Address (NCOALink™) by Cleanlist.com

By: Cleanlist  09-12-2011

A = COA Match - The input record matched to a business, individual or family type master file record. A new address could be furnished.

00 = No Match - The input record COULD NOT BE matched to a master file record. A new address could not be furnished.

01 = Found COA: Foreign Move

02 = Found COA: Moved Left No Address (MLNA)

03 = Found COA: Box Closed No Order (BCNO)

04 = Cannot match COA: Street Address with Secondary

05 = Found COA: New 11 digit DPBC is Ambiguous

06 = Cannot match COA: Conflicting Directions - Middle Name Related

07 = Cannot Match COA: Conflicting Directions - Gender Related

08 = Cannot Match COA: Other Conflicting Instructions

09 = Cannot Match COA: High-rise Default

10 = Cannot Match COA: Rural Default

11 = Cannot Match COA: Individual Match

12 = Cannot Match COA: Middle Name Test Failed

13 = Cannot Match COA: Gender Test Failed

14 = Found COA: New Address Would Not Convert at Run Time

15 = Cannot Match COA: Individual Name Insufficient

16 = Cannot Match COA: Secondary Number Discrepancy

17 = Cannot Match COA: Other Insufficient Name

18 = Cannot Match COA: General Delivery

19 = Found COA: New Address not ZIP+4 Coded

20 = Cannot Match COA: Conflicting Directions after re-chaining

66 = Daily Delete

91 = COA Match: Secondary Number dropped from COA

92 = COA Match: Secondary Number dropped from input address


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