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Have a PACER account?

Instead of buying Case Credits, you can use your own PACER account to pay for pass-through charges

Use My PACER Account

What are case credits, and why do I need to buy any?

Case Credits are used to purchase case documents and information. While subscribers benefit from Inforuptcy's inventory for free, PACER costs are passed through, so you will need to purchase a minimum of $5.00 worth of Case Credits for 1-click access to PACER. Purchase and use of Case Credits are subject to our Payment and Billing Terms.

  

What is PACER?

PACER (acronym for Public Access to Court Electronic Records) is an electronic public access service for United States federal court documents. It allows users to obtain case and docket information from the United States district courts, United States courts of appeals, and United States bankruptcy courts. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PACER_(law)

 

What does PACER charge to access court records?

The Judicial Conference of the United States authorized the electronic public access fee for $.10 per page to recover the costs for maintaining and enhancing the electronic public access system. The entire fee schedule can be viewed here:http://www.pacer.gov/documents/epa_feesched.pdf

 

Can I use my PACER account on Inforuptcy?

Yes. We offer our users the convenience of choice. If you already have a PACER account, you can enter your credentials in your user profile (securely stored) to start searching bankruptcy records. Per PACER, if you do not spend more than $15 per quarter, you will not be charged a fee from them.

 

Where can I get a PACER account?

You can register for a free PACER account here: https://www.pacer.gov/psco/cgi-bin/regform.pl. After you fill out the form and have your PACER credentials, you can save them in your user profile in Inforuptcy to start searching bankruptcy records.