Update (June 30, 2021): By request, we are extending access to the MRT Legacy platform and will now perform the cut-over to the new platform on July 8, 2021.
We are pleased to announce that we are upgrading our user authentication system as we transition our legacy Media Ratings Terminal (MRT) hosted on 'ratings2.pixalate.com' to a new and improved platform hosted on 'ratings.pixalate.com.’
The new platform allows you to directly access the Pixalate Top 100TM new Publisher Trust Index (PTI) and our new Seller Trust Index (STI). In addition, the new authentication system is designed to allow you to access the new MRT Slack Bot when available and other updates that improve the speed, general functionality, and usability of the MRT.
In the coming months, we intend to add administrative tools that will allow MRT Enterprise client admins to invite and manage team members and invite partners to access MRT Basic simply by having them sign up for a free account.
As part of this transition, we require all existing customers to update their passwords by clicking the link below and using an email address linked to their legacy MRT account.
If you already performed this step as part of downloading reports or accessing the full PTIs / STIs, no further action is needed but do let us know should you encounter any login issues.
After updating your password, please bookmark the new MRT location and note that your username will now be your email address when logging in.
Legacy MRT hosted on 'rating2.pixalate.com' will remain in service with your former login and password until July 1st, 2021, after which it will be redirected to the new location.
There is no change to the API endpoints for our API users, and documentation about our APIs can be accessed here. Please continue using your existing API credentials but note that we plan to migrate to API keys shortly.
Thank you for your support, and if you have any issues updating your password or need assistance, please reach out to us!
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“'Fraud' is not intended to represent fraud as defined in various laws, statutes and ordinances or as conventionally used in U.S. Court or other
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