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Adrescheck Internationaal



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What is the Adrescheck Internationaal?

Achieve an efficient and correct input and check address data before it enters your software tooling, such as CRM and ERP system. Validate address data while it is entered.

How does the Adrescheck Internationaal work?

This API takes address elements for input and returns an array of results matching the input criteria.


Adrescheck Internationaal is available in 2 different forms that differ on the input fields structure. The different methods provide an optimal way to implement the address verification in your tooling (webform, CRM etc).

The following methods are defined within the Adrescheck Internationaal

1. General format (send any of a list of pre-defined fields). This method requires input in a fixed address format (varies per country), a fixed order of pre-defined fields that make up an address.

2. Label format (send strings in unspecified order). This methods required input in any order of pre-defined fields. For instance, users can first type the City, then the HouseNumber etc.