Process Server receives award – Face the music – Process Server unable to find agent

Arizona Process Server Nominated for 2016 BBB Torch Award

Superior Process Services Recognized for High Ethical Standards

Arizona process server Superior Process Services, Inc. was recently nominated for the Better Business Bureau 2016 Torch Awards for Ethics.

Superior Process Services (www.superiorprocessservices.com), located at 7701 E Indian School Rd #E in Scottsdale, was nominated for the award for demonstrating integrity and a strong commitment to ethical practices in all areas of the business.

To be nominated, a company must display a high level of trust among stakeholders, from employees to customers and the surrounding community. The torch award is open to any business in Central, Northern and Western Arizona in good standing with the BBB. BBB accreditation is not required, though Superior Process Services has been BBB accredited since 2006.

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Process server unable to find company’s agent

Despite several attempts, a process server has failed to locate Jina Yoo, the registered agent of a company that has $224,585 in a savings account that is currently the subject of a dispute among former business partners.

Rainaldo S. Agulto, a process server in both local and federal cases for 16 years, stated in his declaration filed in federal court on Tuesday that he has been attempting to serve Yoo, the registered agent for Universal Group Development, Inc.

Agulto said he visited the only known business location of Universal Group on several occasions, going on different days of the week, including the weekend,

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Face the Music – Process Servers & Local Band

There is no good time to be served a lawsuit, but some moments are better than others.  You do not want to be out on a date, listening to a local band and receive service of process.  The best time to face the music starts when the process server first appears.

Service of Process is personal delivery of notice that a lawsuit is filed against you, and an invitation for you to respond.  It is the court’s way of gaining jurisdiction over a matter and making sure that everyone involved is informed.

While it may not be good news for you, it is better than no news.  Nobody wants a surprise lawsuit with no chance at defense.  Furthermore, the faster you address the issue, the sooner it can start to be resolved.

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