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Question DetailsAsked on 1/29/2015

I need a Courier in Monroe LA. How do I find this? It is only popping up in my area

It's is for a law firm. We need documents delivered one place for signatures and then dropped off at a second location.

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The way this is normally done, like with real estate transactions, especially since the people to do the first signing will normally not be at the lawyer's office when the courier arrives, is to FedEx (or UPS or whatever) the package to the first office with the paperwork to be signed. Include inside a folded up prepaid (with FedEx account number or credit card info on the airbill) mailer with airbill already filled out to go on to the next destination after the first signatures are obtained. That way you have proof of pickup and delivery dates, and assuming you keep the airbill numbers, tracking ability too.


Of course, this assumes you trust the people at the first stop to not change the paperwork to your detriment. The more secure way is to provide a return mailer or FedEx envelope back to you, you double-check the paperwork is correct, then send on to the second place. If timing prevents this, at least keep a full xerox of the SIGNED paperwork you sent and of the shipping document and envelope, so you have a copy of the as-sent documents in case you find out later on they have been changed in any way.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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