How do I set up direct deposit?
If you are a new process server complete your payment set up here.
How do I change my bank account information?
Simple, just update your Direct Deposit information here.
Once you have direct deposit set up, then pay will go out every day banks are open.
⚠️ When submitting any of the above forms, be sure to use the same email associated to your ABC profile.
How do I change my W9?
Who is eligible to receive a 1099?
If you generated over $600 in earnings in any given tax year, 1099 forms will sent in the mail or electronically, each year, at the end of January.
If for any reason you have not received your 1099 form or need to request a new one you can do so by completing the following form.
Please note that S or C Corporations do not receive 1099 forms. Sole proprietors, partnerships and unincorporated contractors do.
How much will I get paid?
You will be paid the amount displayed in ABC Mobile or on the ABC Web Portal at the time you accept each individual job. By accepting that job, you are agreeing to resolve it for the pay that is shown at that time. Once you have accepted a job at a specific pay amount, the pay for that job will not change.
You are always the one to decide whether or not to accept new jobs, and should always review the pay displayed when accepting each job, as future jobs in the same area may have a different value.
When do I get paid?
When we receive a signed proof
After an address is resolved, a proof is generated. When that proof is completed and returned to ABC Legal, pay is then queued up for processing.
If you are on direct deposit:
Pay is processed every business day, and includes all proofs processed by ABC Legal as of the previous day. A payment notification email will be sent to you, listing each job that you will be paid for and the amount. Pay is posted to your financial institution, and the funds become available when your financial institution finishes processing.
If you receive paper checks:
Checks are cut on the 1st and 16th of each month or, if that day is a weekend or holiday, on the first business day following. Checks include all proofs received as of the previous business day. They are mailed to the address accounting has on file for the process server. Checks will include a remittance breaking down where the pay on the check is coming from, and typically take 3-5 days to arrive.
How is pay set for areas in ABC Mobile?
Pay for an area is determined by a variety of factors, including the difficulty of access, the density of jobs, and the number of process servers in the region.
Jobs vs Areas: It's possible to see higher pay in Claimable Jobs than in Manage Areas for a particular zip code. Individually Claimable Jobs can be more work to drive to and resolve than if you are receiving all the jobs in a particular area.
Does the pay rate per job ever change?
For jobs that are still claimable and areas that are still available, yes, based on need and demand. For ones already claimed or assigned to a partner, no.
So make sure to check regularly for any changes.
Where can I see my pay history?
With each payment, a payment notification email will be sent, this will list all the services paid during that time period. We recommend keeping copies of these documents for your records.
Also, a history of payments is included in ABC Mobile under the Earnings section.
Unique Pay Scenarios:
If an entire job involves posting a set of documents, meaning there was only one trip to the address, then that order will pay out at $10.
We charge extra, and pay extra, for RUSH orders. For this reason, expectations are higher. Attempts must be made every 24 hours and, if possible, on the same day you print out or receive the documents.
An order was removed from my list, will I be paid for attempts?
Yes. If you made attempts on an order and it is canceled, and thus removed from your list, you will be sent a proof to sign so that you can get paid for your efforts.
Multiple services at the same address
If multiple jobs are resolved at the same address at the same time, the first order will pay out in full, and any others will be paid out at 50%.