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People Turning 65 Years Old – Medicare Insurance Leads List

Be the first to reach Seniors who are turning 65 years old, and be the first person / agency to let them know about their new insurance and medicare options.

If you’re the first Medicare Insurance Agent to reach Seniors who are turning 65, you’ll be the most likely person to win their new business.

LeadsPlease can help you get a mailing list of Seniors who are turning 65 years old, in any area of the country. You tell us the zips/cities/counties you want to target, and we’ll let you know how many Seniors there are in those areas who will soon be turning 65. You’ll get an accurate medicare leads list with all of the Seniors’ Names, Addresses, Ages and Birth Months, so you can plan and execute targeted mailings.

Some Insurance Agents choose to get a list of Seniors who are 3-4 months away from turning 65, so they can catch their attention just before their big birthday.

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The Data Widget Mailing List Acquisition Tool For Web to Print Companies For Free

The DataWidget (by LeadsPlease can be accessed at and is FREE!

Integrates easily into any web-to-print application, enabling site users to prospect for new customers in real time, build targeted mailing lists, purchase mailing lists and download mailing lists immediately on checking out.

To see how this works please watch our short video:

Mailing Lists By Zip Code From LeadsPlease

It is so easy to build  mailing lists by zip code with LEADSPLEASE.

Our easy to use website allows you to select your geography by Zip Code, county, city & state and build  targeted mailing lists in minutes. Choose the zip codes or counties, or cities, or states that you want and click “add”…’s that simple….

How to Link to Us

We are very happy for our clients to link to our website. Here are some examples of links you could use:

HTML code Example
<a href="">Mailing Lists</a> Mailing Lists
<a href="">Mailing Lists</a> by LeadsPlease Mailing Lists by LeadsPlease
<a href="">Consumer Mailing Lists</a> Consumer Mailing Lists
<a href="">Business Mailing Lists</a> Business Mailing Lists
<a href="">Mailing Lists by State, County, City & Zip</a> Mailing Lists by State, County, City & Zip

Clean Mailing Lists

The definition of a great mailing list, is a mailing list that is as accurate, up-to-date and as clean as possible. So, as a mailing list company, we make it our top priority to clean and update our mailing lists as frequently as possible, to ensure that you receive only the very best data that’s available. In turn, you’ll see less returned mail, get a higher return on your investment and be a happy LeadsPlease mailing list customer!

Above and beyond the data quality processes applied by Experian, we also perform rigorous data quality tests and scrub our lists through multiple USPS approved software, to ensure that you receive top-quality mailing lists.

On a monthly basis we take a random selection of the data provided by Experian and apply thorough independent USPS tests to ensure that the data is as accurate and uptodate as possible. These tests include: NCOA, CASS & DPV.


The USPS National Change of Address (NCOA) file is a databank of more than 120 million permanent address changes, updated weekly and covering a rolling 36-month period of reported move information. NCOA identifies movers at the individual, family and business level. We scrub each list database against the NCOA file on a weekly/monthly basis to assure that we maintain the most current address on each consumer/business record.


Coding Accuracy Support System (CASS) is the USPS approved software that we use to evaluate the accuracy of addresses, and to correct incomplete/incorrect street addresses. If an address is missing address information, such as ZIP codes, cities, and states, CASS software will ensure that the address is corrected and complete. Starting with 2007 Cycle L, CASS software will also perform


Delivery Point Verification (DPV) is used to verify whether or not an address is a deliverable address; if an address is not deemed deliverable, we will update addresses that have been renamed or renumbered or discard incomplete/undeliverable addresses.

How to Create a ‘Mail Merge’ Using Your Mailing List

Courtesy of Microsoft Office Online Support

The power of mail merge

You use mail merge when you want to create a set of documents that are essentially the same but where each document contains unique elements. For example, in a letter that announces a new product, your company logo and the text about the product will appear in each letter, and the address and greeting line will be different in each letter.

Addressed envelopes produced by mail merge

Using mail merge, you can create:

  • A set of labels or envelopes     The return address is the same on all the labels or envelopes, but the destination address is unique on each one.
  • A set of form letters, e-mail messages, or faxes     The basic content is the same in all the letters, messages, or faxes, but each contains information that is specific to the individual recipient, such as name, address, or some other piece of personal data.
  • A set of numbered coupons     The coupons are identical except that each contains a unique number.

Creating each letter, message, fax, label, envelope, or coupon individually would take hours. That’s where mail merge comes in. Using mail merge, all you have to do is create one document that contains the information that is the same in each version. Then you just add some placeholders for the information that is unique to each version. Word takes care of the rest.

Start the mail merge process

To start the mail merge process:

  1. Start Word.

A blank document opens by default. Leave it open. If you close it, the next step won’t work.

  1. On the Tools menu, point to Letters and Mailings, and then click Mail Merge.

 Note    In Word 2002, on the Tools menu, point to Letters and Mailings, and then click Mail Merge Wizard.

The Mail Merge task pane opens. By using hyperlinks in the task pane, you navigate through the mail-merge process.