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ePOC, eReaf and eRQN: KSBFastFile options

Now there are even more ways for creditors to file quickly from our website, without using a login and password to CM/ECF:


Creditors may file Proofs of Claim, Reaffirmation Agreements and Requests for Notice from links on this page.
A limited user account in CM/ECF is not necessary to use KSBFastFile. 


Electronic Proof of Claim (ePOC)  

Creditors may easily File, Amend or Withdraw a Proof of Claim. And, creditors may file Supplemental Claims, such as a Notice of Mortgage Payment Change and Notice of Postpetition Mortgage Fees, Expenses, and Charges. 

Click on the links below to submit your filing: 

File/Amend a Proof of Claim

Withdraw a Proof of Claim

Supplemental Claims Filing

Claim forms are created during the filing.  There is no need to attach claim forms to the electronic filing. 

These claim forms are immediately filed in CM/ECF.  


Electronic Reaffirmation Agreement (eReaf) 

A creditor may easily file a Reaffirmation Agreement at the following link:

File a Reaffirmation Agreement

Complete the Cover Sheet Form and the Reaffirmation Agreement Form B 2400A or Form B 2400A/B Alt and combine both forms into one PDF prior to filing. [TIP] Attach the PDF as instructed during the filing. 

The Reaffirmation Agreement is immediately filed in CM/ECF. 


Electronic Request for Notice

A creditor may easily file a Request for Notice at the following link:   

File Request for Notice

Create a Request for Notice document and save as a PDF prior to filing.  Attach the PDF as instructed during the filing. 

The Request for Notice is immediately filed in CM/ECF and adds the requestor to the creditor mailing matrix. 


The filing of a proof of claim electronically on this court's website shall constitute the filer's approved signature and have the same force and effect as if the individual signed a paper copy of the document and the provisions of 18 U.S.C. §152 shall apply to such filing.  Penalty for filing a fraudulent claim:  Fine of up to $500,000 or imprisonment for 5 years, or both. 

18 U.S.C. §§ 152 and 3571