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Lawyer Checker

Lawyer Checker is an online service developed to reduce uncertainty in identifying the legitimacy of the vendor conveyancer. The service allows you to gather information on the conveyancer to which you are sending money to and better assess the risk associated with the transaction.

Lawyer Checker is available directly from ETSOS, RRP £12 inc VAT

The main benefits for firms are:

  • Enhanced risk management for funds transmission.Lawyer-Checker
  • Prevention is protection – protect client money and adhere to Principle 10 with Lawyer Checker’s AES search.
  • Lawyer Checker has built its reputation through providing the 21st century solicitor with excellent, effective and efficient services since 2012. The LC mission is to help solicitors adhere to Principle 10; protect client money and assets – dealing with each and every firm individually.
  • A well-known and trusted provider of risk management tools – LC’s AES simple check allows firms to determine whether or not an account has a track record of successful use within conveyancing meaning that they safeguard themselves and their clients against the many dangers associated with the remission of funds.
  • Where monies are to be remitted to another firm, regardless of how well that firm is known, the integration of a Lawyer Checker AES search into a firm’s processes means that your team will be able, along with the firm’s COLP, to make an informed decision.

For more information please contact us on 01524 220001, or by email at davidopie@etsos.co.uk

The service, support, turn around times and state of the art ordering system available to us through ETSOS has made the decision about who to use for the production of our Energy Performance Certificates a one horse race. I recommend them unreservedly.  Nick Elgey – Cumberland Estate Agents

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