Three Types of Instruction
Proofs are automatically generated by ABC Legal. Your responsibility is to review the information and sign off on them; attesting to the truthful information contained within. There are three ways that ABC Mobile might request a signed proof to be returned.
Please send us the proof using only the method asked of you in ABC Mobile. For example, if you need to mail a proof, do not also send it to DocAttach, as this can negatively impact your pay.
These proofs of service/non-service can be viewed and signed within your mobile device. When tapping on "Sign Document" in ABC Mobile, the app will automatically open a link to DocuSign with the proof prepared to sign. Simply follow the instructions to sign and date the document and submit it. ABC Legal will receive the signed proof almost instantaneously. See more: E-Sign Proofs
Scan and Email to DocAttach@abclegal.com:
When you see this instruction, you will have already received a proof in your email inbox. Print the proof out, sign it in blue ink (get your signature notarized if need be), and scan it into your PC. Send an email to DocAttach@abclegal.com with the proof attached as a .PDF. Ensure that the .PDF is readable and the bar code at the bottom can be clearly seen. This will help ensure that your pay processes.
Once you have sent your proof in, ABC Legal will need 2-3 business days to process the proof.
Sign and Mail Original Proof to ABC:
This instruction indicates that the proof must be printed out, signed in ink (notarized if necessary), and mailed to ABC Legal. This mailing should be done by UPS, and sent using the UPS mailing labels provided by ABC Legal. If you are short on labels, simply submit a request by sending an email to PartnerHelp@abclegal.com. The request will be processed within 2 business days.
When returning proofs via UPS, please have patience. We cannot process the proofs until they arrive at our office, so there is a chance they may turn red in ABC Mobile. This will not negatively impact your performance, so please be patient and do not send the proof in again.