Customers Sample Data (CSV, JSON, XML, and XLSX)

Updated: August 3, 2023 By: Goodman Post a comment

This page gives you a dataset that stores information about fictional customers of an imaginary enterprise for the purposes of learning, practicing, or testing software. The data will be in CSV, JSON, XLSX (Excel), and XML formats for you to choose from.


The dataset has 1000 rows with the following fields (columns):

  • first_name: The first name of the customer
  • last_name: The last name of the customer
  • email: The email address of the customer
  • phone: The phone number of the customer
  • address: The physical address of the customer
  • gender: The gender identity of the customer (male, female, etc.)
  • age: The age of the customer in years
  • registered: The date when the customer registered on the platform
  • orders: The number of orders placed by the customer
  • spent: The total amount spent by the customer in dollars
  • job: The occupation or profession of the customer
  • hobbies: A list of hobbies or interests of the customer
  • is_married: A boolean value indicating whether the customer is married or not


The URL to download the customers.json file is:

You can manually save it to your local computer just by copying and pasting the URL in the address bar of your web browser (Chrome, Edge, etc).

You can also read it programmatically with your favorite programming language. For example, here’s the code that uses pandas (Python);

import pandas as pd

import ssl
ssl._create_default_https_context = ssl._create_unverified_context

file_path = ''
dataframe = pd.read_csv(file_path, storage_options={
                        'User-Agent': 'Mozilla/5.0'})




The URL of the customers.json file:

You can manually download it to your device or use code to load its data. The example below shows you how to do that with JavaScript (you can choose any programming language you like):

const fetchData = async (url) => {
    const response = await fetch(url)
    const data = await response.json()

const URL = ''

The data of a typical sample customer looks like this:

    "first_name": "Joseph",
    "last_name": "Rice",
    "email": "[email protected]",
    "phone": "+1-800-040-3135x6208",
    "address": "91773 Miller Shoal\nDiaztown, FL 38841",
    "gender": "male",
    "age": 43,
    "registered": "2019-05-05T00:00:00.000",
    "orders": 7,
    "spent": 568.29,
    "job": "Artist",
    "hobbies": "Playing sports",
    "is_married": false


The URL of customers.xml:


The URL of customers.xlsx:

This file can be opened by Microsoft Excel (Microsoft 365), Google Sheets, Open Office, or something like that. Here are some first rows of the file:

I hope this helps. If you have any questions related to this dataset, please leave a comment. Happy learning & have a nice day!