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MYVERITEXT’S NEW SCHEDULING TOOL THAT TAKES YOU FROM ZERO TO DEPO IN JUST 7 SECONDS!
See what legal professionals are praising as the new “super easy” and “totally time saving” way to book a reporter. Simply move a deposition notice from your desktop into the MyVeritext web portal and you’re all set. It’s seriously that simple.
How quickly will a Snap Scheduled assignment be processed?
Upon receipt our staff will process your request within one business day.
Can I schedule several deponents at once?
Yes. If they are for the same day, drag the multiple witnesses together. If they are for different days, drag them one at a time.
What if I need other services?
To add more services, click the “Add More Details” button. From there you can add more services. Or, you can indicate in the “Notes” area of the confirmation pop-up what additional services you need.
How do I indicate if the assignment is for an insurance carrier or other third party?
MyVeritext will detect if you work with our corporate clients, and will give you the option to indicate which client the deposition is for on the success pop-up.
What formats can I submit?
We accept notices in the forms: DOC, DOCX, PDF, WPD, XLS and XLSX.
When will a Snap Scheduled appointment show on my calendar?
As soon as our staff processes your Snap (within one business day upon receipt), it will appear on your calendar.
How do I cancel a Snap Scheduling?
If the Snap has not been processed yet, call or email our office. If the Snap has been processed, you can cancel from the Calendar section of MyVeritext.
Do I receive a confirmation email from a Snap Scheduled assignment?
Immediately after you Snap Schedule, you will receive an email that we received your file. This will also include an Assignment Number (in case you have questions). After we process the scheduling, you will receive our normal email confirmation.
Does “Remember Me” keep me logged in to MyVeritext?
Yes. After checking “Remember Me” simply visit www.myveritext.com and you will be auto-logged in. Ensure you have a password lock on your computer and do not use “Remember Me” on public computers.