How do Trackers get paid?
The Tracker Pay model
We know that as professional process servers, you have a lot of choices, which is why we have created a pay model designed to fairly and transparently pay you for every marketplace job you complete.
Earnings for a job are calculated according to:
Calculated based on the population density of the ZIP code you're delivering to (so that urban areas pay a little less, and sparse rural areas pay more).
Rush jobs (serves that need a higher frequency of attempts within a shorter timeframe) and urgent jobs (court deliveries that need to be completed as soon as possible) receive higher pay.
Orders over 100 pages come with additional pay for increased printing and stationery costs.
You will always earn base pay. Service level pay and pages will depend on the specifics of the job.
How much can I potentially earn?
How much you can earn depends on the type of jobs you complete.
Shorter serves and deliveries at standard service levels in densely populated urban areas pay $30 per job. A short serve or delivery at standard service level in a rural area could pay up to $125.
Additional pay can be earned for longer jobs or jobs that require a faster service level.
For some averages by state check this link out https://trackers.infotrack.com/tracker-rates/
When do Trackers get paid?
Through direct deposit, Trackers are paid on a weekly basis. Payments are generally sent out a Wednesday and cover jobs completed over the prior Sunday to Saturday period.
Updated on: 21/02/2023