To: All NAPPS Committee Members
Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Jeffrey Worth and I am a Process Server in the state of Oklahoma. I have been in this industry going on three years now, which compared too many I am still a new boot.
Over the last three years, I have been the whole book route; trying to read my way into success in this profession. I have gained a lot of knowledge using the printed books I have purchased, but there was something missing! I was missing the personal interaction with other process servers, which as you know is absolutely necessary to have in order to succeed in almost any profession.
In the state of Oklahoma, there is no such thing as “Process Serving Classes.” Once someone decides to be a process server, they visit the court-house pay the fee and wait for a background check and their license. This in its self leaves a lot of room for error on the part of the newly licensed process server.
When all the books had failed to completely answer my questions, I personally turned to the members of Gotchaserved.com. I was able to ask questions and get near real-time answers to these questions. Not all answers were useful or practical in my case and state all the time, but with the amount of people helping people on this site I was able to grow and mature quickly in this field.
When someone contacts me about wanting to become a process server the first thing I tell them is visit Gotchaserved.com and make a profile. Then I tell them to read, read and read some more.
I would like to encourage NAPPS to return the support Gotchaserved.com has extended by place links to this site and sharing with members the valuable resource to this industry that already exists and is running strong.
The dedication of James Finney and Kathleen Chute to this website and the process serving industry is immeasurable since 2009. And since joining their passion in 2010, I have seen many people achieve their higher goals using Gotchaserved.com
In closing I would like to extend my appreciation to all NAPPS Committee Members for their work in this field and request that at the next board meeting, there is a unanimous YES vote on allowing Gotchaserved.com to be listed on the NAPPS web site as a valued resource for the profession!
Jeffrey Worth – Process Server