To get all your notices electronically, the BNC must be made aware of your
name(s) and address(s) and related company names to which electronic
notices are to be sent.
If you are interested in the EDI service you may contact the BNC at 877-837-3424 for assistance in compiling your name and address list.
The BNC maintains the name(s) and address(s) you attach to your
Noticing Agreement in a database list that determines whether court notices will be
generated as a printed notice or as an EDI or Email notice. The BNC will use the
following process to determine if the name and address combination provided by the
debtor matches one in the BNC database:
A. Matching Procedure
- The notice recipient name submitted by the debtor is
normalized. Commas and periods are converted to spaces. Extraneous spaces are
removed from the name.
- The standardized name is compared to the name synonyms listed
on your Noticing Agreement that are maintained in the BNC database synonym list.
A match occurs if the name matches one of the names in the BNC database.
- The notice recipient address submitted by the debtor is
examined by USPS-certified address processing software to ensure that it is a
valid (deliverable) address.
- The address from step 3 is compared
to the addresses provided in your Noticing Agreement that are maintained
in the BNC database. If no match is made, the notice is printed and mailed.
- If the notice recipient name and address do match the
name(s) and address(s) in the BNC database, the BNC will send the notice electronically.
If applicable, contact the BNC to add additional names
and addresses that debtors designate for you or your company. As appropriate, you must notify the
BNC should your email or any names and addresses used for
electronic noticing change.