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The Rapid Import and My Case Info Deception

If you are a new bankruptcy attorney you may be familiar with services such as Rapid Import and My Case Info that say they save you time if you pay them $10 per case. But this is NOT TRUE. Watch this 4 minute video and learn why these services do nothing but cause havoc when preparing the bankruptcy petition.

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One Response to "The Rapid Import and My Case Info Deception"

  1. Pluscount says:
    I’ve never used Rapid Import, but I disagree with some of the video points. I pull credit reports and they come into my software, and then I click on them individually to bring them´╗┐ into the schedules. I would much rather delete duplicates, which is easy, than have to locate and type a bunch of addresses. Just my view. My view may change after I try the software.

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