When you register a brand you can choose to get a trust score (also known as a RISQ score or vetting score) from an independent rating agency as part of the vetting process. Trust scores range from 1-100 and are required for brand verification purposes.
Your trust score, combined with your use case and your traffic volumes, helps carriers determine throughput per second (TPS) and daily messaging cap for your 10DLC campaigns. A higher score could lead to higher TPS.
In most cases the TPS for trustworthy, non-spam use cases will be much higher for 10DLC numbers than other traffic types – up to 30 transactions per second (TPS) as opposed to 1 TPS for P2P long codes for business uses.
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