Using RPM

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To take advantage of the benefits of RPM, users need not take any action. RPM will be turned on by default for all users when it is implemented beginning in 2008. If you do not want to take advantage of the benefits of RPM and stop receiving duplicate notices, you can opt-out of the RPM service on a per-user basis.

When RPM is implemented, all BNC-produced documents from the court will be sent to you via email. Traditional, paper notices will no longer be processed by the BNC and sent to you by U.S. mail. The exception to this is the 341 Meeting of Creditors Notice. In addition to the notice sent by email, this notice will also be sent via BNC and will include the full social security number of the debtor(s). Using RPM will not change your ability to utilize the "one free look" option provided by PACER. To learn more about PACER and your free copy of newly filed documents, visit the PACER FAQ Page.