Lead Generation

Each month, hundreds of new TCPA lawsuits are filed in state and federal courts around the country. Many of these lawsuits are brought by repeat filers of consumer litigation. Contact any one of them and your chances of being sued rise dramatically.



WebRecon’s Litigant Alert helps you quickly identify the consumers who pose a significant risk to your financial well-being so you can protect yourself.



Hundreds of companies like yours take advantage of our affordable, usage-based pricing to protect themselves month after month for a good reason.


Hundreds of Consumer-Facing Companies Agree: WebRecon Prevents TCPA Lawsuits.

Details About Working With us

Access to all of our services begins at $249/month. If your overall volume is higher than 50k monthly searches, then our pricing increases gradually from there. View details here.

Our services are extraordinarily simple and straightforward to use. Simple text or csv files with a few fields are all you need. Click here to learn more. 

Going strong since May 2009, WebRecon’s blog is the definitive source for consumer litigation and complaint data.

Heavily utilized by industry associations for lobbying and trend tracking, national media for analysis and reporting, and the business community for risk awareness, our blog is packed with data that helps shine a bright light on the otherwise murky issue of consumer litigation.

We are easy to reach!

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Transparent Pricing

In addition to our Leadgen API, you’ll get access to our proprietary Individual Search Engine which lets you look up consumer plaintiffs, defendants, attorneys. phones, etc.


What counts as a search? Generally speaking, a single consumer phone run through our system counts as a single search. The higher your volume, the lower your per-search rate.

Enter a number of searches in the form above. This is what we would bill you for that month’s activity.