An AWeber account has been set-up to capture names, e-mail addresses and phone numbers for an advertising campaign. A rotator has been set up to distribute these leads to six members in a team running the campaign - i.e. each person in this 6 person team is to get every sixth contact placed into the AWeber system to ensure even an unbiased distribution of leads. The rotator system as set up seems to be duplicating the distribution of leads and it appears that this duplication may be occurring upon the double opt-in verification. The job which is simple for any one with strong experience with such processes would entail reviewing the existing system and eliminating the duplication. I addition there are a large number of unverified leads plus some who fail to put in a phone number or, in some cases, an e-mail address ??" solutions to reduce the incidence of these issues would also be very useful and may involve the need to revise the opt-in box etc.
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AWeber with basis opt-in box - unsure of code used for rotator that is giving duplicates.