When you outsource providing legal notice to a process server, you want to be sure that you are making the right choice so that everything is taken care of legally and in a timely fashion. Here are three tips to help you hire the right process server the first time, so you can save yourself the headache of outsourcing parts of your business to an incompetent provider.
- Check the Credentials – Is your prospective process server a member of NAPPS (the National Association of Professional Process Servers)? If not, that should send up a red flag right away. Membership provides immediate credibility.
- Testimonials – You will get positive testimonials on the company website, but a quick Internet search can also help you to see if there are many dissatisfied customers. While every business may have a couple of customers who just can’t be pleased, many negative reviews should be a major warning sign.
- Costs and Fees – Know what you are paying for before you hire a process server. You don’t want to end up with a bunch of hidden fees or extras tacked on when the job is completed.
Southern California’s Process Server
Precedent Legal Services is the process server your firm can trust. We offer competitive rates to allow firms of all sizes to use our services. We are members of NAPPS, and we have many satisfied clients. To learn more, contact us today by calling 619-550-1589 or request your quote online.