WE ACCEPT ASSIGNMENTS IN THREE WAYS:
If you need original documents served, we accept new service requests via USPS, Fedex or UPS. Please contact us at (585) 747-5402 to determine which office location your documents should be sent to for fastest service. If original documents are not required for service, we offer two electronic options below.
If the file size will send via traditional email and you do not require encryption for your submission, click this link to open your email program. Please attach any documents as .pdf for documents or .jpg for photos. Include information as to who needs to be served and their address along with any pertinent information regarding this recipient. Please also include your contact information.
If you have a large file that can not be sent via traditional email of if you require encryption for security concerns, you can send your documents through our secure SEND DOCUMENTS feature. When uploading documents, please include a coversheet / letter with information on who needs to be served and their address along with any pertinent information regarding this recipient. Please also include your contact information.
*The document transmission service utilized uses secure HTTPS and TLS (Transport Layer Security) processing. This ensures that files being uploaded and downloaded across the Internet are encrypted for added privacy. Files on their servers also employ “Encryption At Rest”. This means that even in the unlikely event that stored files would be misplaced or stolen they are encrypted with AES-256. In addition, the three components of Encryption At Rest (encrypted files, encryption keys, and encryption/decryption processing) are each on separate servers.
The service has several layers of data security to provide access control:
The web servers are deployed using a dual-homed configuration, thus providing specialized, application-specific firewall protection to our private network. This extra layer of security is specifically designed to keep your files and other information safe.
All user files are safely stored on private network servers. These servers are machines that are physically isolated from the public Internet, for security purposes.
Physical security is provided by a “hardened” facility providing seamless connectivity, guaranteed uptime, and security.
All files are stored on RAID devices, which in turn are replicated to an additional RAID storage subsystem, providing exceptional data integrity.