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Electronic Bankruptcy Notification (EBN)

Phin Solutions is a Value-Added-Network provider of the Federal Bankruptcy Courts' Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (EBN) program. If clients choose, Phin Solutions can integrate EBN into their bankruptcy monitoring solution. EBN augments the Phin Solutions National Bankruptcy Database and provides a more comprehensive bankruptcy information solution while reducing the paper notices through the replacement of mail received from the court. This transformation allows organizations to improve data timeliness and accuracy by replacing manual procedures with automated processes. Participation in EBN is free from the U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Courts, however recipients must request electronic noticing services in writing from the courts. Call Phin Solutions today to see how you can get connected.

EBN eMail Management Console

The EBN eMail Management Console was developed to further mitigate the paper notices coming from the federal courts. The EBN eMail Management Console integrates the Email data streams into our bankruptcy monitoring solutions. All notices coming from the federal bankruptcy courts are delivered in one platform, eliminating duplication, reducing FTE costs and providing more comprehensive bankruptcy information to recovery departments.

EBN eMail Management Console gives the user complete flexibility in the information they consume by allowing the client to organize notices by:

  • Case number
  • Chapter
  • Notice type
  • Court
  • Notice date
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