From the moment that you fill out the short form below we get started working for you. First a member of our team will contact you and send you our full application, which is where you will tell us about your email sending set-up, and any problems you may be experiencing. As soon as we receive that back we will begin analyzing where you may be having problems, and we will alert you to problems that we find even before you join our service. Once you join our service you will get all of the great benefits of being a Get to the Inbox by SuretyMail certified sender, including being part of the Good Senders List* (GSL), ongoing email authentication (SPF, etc.) help, and our assistance analyzing and optimizing your email to get you delivered to the inbox and increase your open rates. Plus we will advocate for you directly with any inbox provider with which you may be having problems! Everything is included in the monthly rate (see our pricing here), no matter how many times you ask us for assistance, and it’s all covered by our money-back guarantee!
*Listing on the Good Senders List™ requires a dedicated IP address
By filling out and submitting this application you agree to our adding the information from your application to our database for the purposes of processing your application.
Please note that all items are required except for Address 2 and Phone 2
Get to the Inbox by ISIPP SuretyMail is headquartered in the United States and so we are generally in the office on U.S. time, which is UTC / GMT -5 through -8. If you submit your application outside of those times we will respond as soon as we get into the office.
Upon submitting this information you will be sent our application form and the link to submit your application fee. As soon as we receive your application form and application fee we will get started for you!
By submitting the application form and your application fee you agree to our taking whatever steps we deem necessary in order to certify you, including checking references which you provide to us, researching your reputation in the email sending and receiving communities, researching your history of spam complaints and blacklisting, researching your history with your previous internet and email service providers, and any other background checks as may be appropriate.