Get Started with Versium APIs

Get yourself up and running fast with the Versium API

To get started with the Versium APIs, you just need to create an account, get your API key, and choose your subscription level. Then, all that lovely data is yours to GET and PUT right where you want it.

Create an account

  1. Go to the API Dashboard (
  2. Select Create Account.
  3. Enter your name, phone number, and password, and check the box to agree to Versium's terms of use.
  4. Select Create Account. We'll send you an email to verify your account.
  5. Verify your account and email address by opening the link in the Verification email.

Get your API key

Your API key is created when you create an account. This key is used to authorize your API calls.

To see your API key, go to the API Dashboard and select Manage API Key .

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Choose your API Plan

When you create an account, you are automatically enrolled in our free API access plan. When you're ready to upgrade, you can change your plan:

  1. In the upper right, select Update Plan.
  2. Select Consumer or Business and Consumer, and then choose a plan. All business plans include consumer data.
  3. Follow the prompts to provide your payment information and confirm your purchase.

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API Access by Plan

Check out the API Walkthroughs

Get familiar with how the API works in the API Walkthroughs

Get your Data

You can now use your API key to access Versium API LifeDataLifeData - LifeData is generated by businesses and consumers through real life events, actions, and activities both on- and offline. Versium compiles and organizes this information into LifeData. This data is comprised of more than 8,000 aggregated and indexed data files. This includes more than 400 Million email addresses and 300 Billion attributes.. Check out the API guides and reference to get started. To check your API usage against your plan limits, go to your API Dashboard.

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Get Started with Versium APIs

Get yourself up and running fast with the Versium API

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