Oklahoma Process Servers Should Have Formal Training Courses to Help Them Succeed

For the sake of professionalism and the quality of work, Oklahoma process servers should have to take some kind of training class. Right now all a process server in Oklahoma to do is to go down to the courthouse with two passport photos, get a small process server bond, swear he or she is of sound moral character, be at least eighteen years of age, and make sure there are no felonies on his or her record. Quite frankly, that is far too easy, and it entices many people into the profession who have no clue about what it means to be a process server.

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The Importance of Video Cameras for Oklahoma Process Servers

Traditionally many people think of video cameras as something that, say, a licensed private investigator might have use for. A professional Oklahoma process server would never have use for video cameras now, would they? Well, while it is indeed true that private investigators in Oklahoma often have more of a need for them than their process serving counterparts, this does not mean that the latter does not need them at all.

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