Can you serve the Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems by certified mail? YES! Same Day Process can assist with serving MERS by certified mail and provide an affidavit of service accordingly. Just click on “Send A Job” at the top of the screen, then click on “Service of Process.”
Same Day Process can certify mail to any government agencies and/or companies that are refusing to accept in-hand service and track the certified mailing. We will place the certified mailing tracking number in the affidavit and attach the certified return mail slip to the affidavit. We also scan the certified mailing slip and completed affidavit into our secure database. We store this information for your convenience so that you can access it when needed.
We are constantly watching government and corporate websites and still attempting in-hand service to verify current procedures when requested. We are happy to attempt in-hand, and then certify mail if the in-hand service fails. We cannot guarantee that the government provided links or corporate sites are current and they may accept in-hand service at any time without notice.
Current procedure for serving legal documents upon the Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems is as follows: Legal documents can be served upon MERS by certified mailing the legal documents to GenPact MERS Mailroom 1901 East Vorhees St. #C, Danville, IL 61834-4512. Just click on “Send A Job” at the top of the screen, then click on “Service of Process.”
Serving Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems is a familiar territory for us. MERS must be referred to properly. We have provided their location and who to serve.
We have been notified by MERS® that they can only accept service for these entities: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.; Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., a Delaware Corporation; Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as Nominee for …
*Information above is subject to change. Please go to the main website for Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems https://www.mersinc.org/ and verify the service rules and regulations are current. We are constantly watching these sites for changes.