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How to submit your question to VERIFY

Wondering if something is real? If a post you've seen is true or false? Here's how to submit your question to our research team to be fact-checked.
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Here at VERIFY, we’re determined to help bring you clarity and truth to all the misinformation you see online. Whether you’re on the go or at your computer, there’s a couple different ways you can get in touch with us.



Our VERIFY reports air on news stations across the country. They’re also published to verifythis.com and shared across our social media channels. 

One of our missions at VERIFY is to answer your questions directly. We take those questions straight to sources to find the answers.

To ask us a question in video form, which we can feature on-air and on social media, send us a selfie video with the following (cellphone video is fine): 

  • Your name (first will do!) and where you’re asking your question (ex: Jane Doe, North Carolina)
  • If you need help on how to start, here’s a suggestion. Start with your name, where you’re asking your question, and then “Hey VERIFY, I want to know:____”
  • We ask you to please film your video horizontally (landscape style.) It doesn’t need to be anything fancy, but try to film in a quieter area so we can hear you.
  • Email your video to questions@verifythis.com and voila! We’ll chat with you from there if we use your question and will also send you a link to the story once it’s aired.


Our team members are located across the country and check our inbox multiple times a day to ensure your messages are being passed to the right people.

You can email our team at questions@verifythis.com or fill out the form on our website in the “Send us your questions” box in the upper right corner.


See something on the go, or wondering about a topic? You can text your questions to us at (202) 410-8808. 

Our team reads your messages daily and will text you back with what we find, as well as send our latest fact-checks every afternoon to keep you up to date on a variety of topics. 

You can also include photos or screenshots in your messages if you need to show a specific article or social media post you saw. Links are also helpful.


Most of the misinformation our viewers see is found across their social media platforms. You can direct message us on any of our social media accounts to pass along misinformation you see or ask us a question.

TWITTER: @VerifyThis

INSTAGRAM: @VerifyThis 


TIKTOK: @VerifyThis


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You can also watch us on Snapchat, where we post our latest video fact-checks.


No matter where or how you ask our question, you can get the chance to be featured as our “Question of the Day” on our daily VERIFY newsletter! 

On top of showcasing your question and name, we give you the latest fast facts and also give you a bonus "did you know?" to start your day off. 

Sign up for our daily newsletter by writing “newsletter” in the question box and your email here.

 Here’s more on our process, team and corrections policy.

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