At this time, only Service Providers and Service Provider Agents can register in the RND system. A date for Callers and Caller Agents to register will be announced in the future.

Callers and Caller Agents shall identify a Primary Contact within their organization, who will be responsible for following these steps to register their company to be able to query the RND.

The Primary Contacts for Caller and Caller Agent user types will be required to select subscription type and setup billing information prior to accessing RND functionality.


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Click on each step for detailed explanations.

In order to request a login, the Primary Contact shall send an email to, indicating the type of registrant (Caller or Caller Agent). 

RND Customer Support will send an email back to the Primary Contact. The email will contain a link to an online registration form which is only valid for the Primary Contact and must be used within 7 calendar days.

The registration will require the Primary Contact to provide their contact and company information as well as information for the Authorizer from the Primary Contact’s company; the Authorizer is a member of management within the company who has the authority to authorize the Primary Contact to register within the RND.

The registration will also require a Company ID consisting of a minimum of 3 and maximum of 10 characters (alpha and numeric accepted). If the Company ID is not provided the RND will assign one. The registration will also require the applicant to successfully complete reCAPTCHA and agree to the Terms of Use.

After submission, the applicant will receive a confirmation email which will include a tracking number.

RND Customer Support will process the application within 7 calendar days of receipt. If approved, the Primary Contact will receive an email confirmation with information to login to the RND and a temporary password which is valid for 7 calendar days. 

If denied, the Primary Contact will receive an email with the reason for denial and may reach out to RND Customer Support with questions at 833-763-2366 or

Once the Primary Contact receives the temporary password, they will be required to login and change their password, which must be between 16 and 64 characters in length and include one upper case letter and one lowercase letter.

Once registered, the Primary Contact shall use the RND to invite users from their respective companies to access the RND. Additionally, the Primary Contact will manage the company users, the company profile, subscription types, and billing information.

Once registered, the Caller Agent shall use the RND to add new Client Companies to their profile. The addition of Client Companies requires a Letter of Authorization authorizing the Caller Agent to query the RND on behalf of the Client Company.

Callers and Caller Agents must be registered, have selected a subscription type, and provided billing information in order to query the RND.

Callers and Caller Agents will be able to query using one of four processes which will result in billing transactions and will count against Query Limit:

  1. Directly within the RND GUI — up to to 50 telephone numbers
  2. Using the RND GUI file upload function — up to 250,000 telephone numbers per file
  3. Uploading files via Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) — up to 250,000 telephone numbers per file
  4. Using an API — up to 1,000 telephone numbers at a time

Caller or Caller Agent must provide the following to query the RND:

  • Telephone Number
  • Last Known Contact Date
  • Registered Company ID

For additional details on querying the RND, please see the Query User Guide.

Users will be able to Query the RND once they have Registered and setup billing information including Billing Tier.

Users will be able to query by the following methods: website GUI, website file upload, Secure FTP, and system to system.  All Queries will result in billing transactions and will count against Query Limit.

In Order to query, you will provide a Telephone Number, Last known contact date, and Registered Company ID.  The RND will return a query response for each TN queried of “yes”, “no”, or “no data” to explain whether the number has been reassigned (or more accurately, permanently disconnected) since the date provided.

For additional details on querying the RND, please see the Query User Guide.