CourtRecords.us.org Will Not Increase Their Pricing Structure In 2013

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Low inflation rate means company has decided not to raise prices.

CourtRecords.us.org

CourtRecords.us.org

The company expects the increased popularity of their court document lookup service to outweigh the financial loss stemming from increased expenditures.

After completing their year-end audit for 2012, CourtRecords.us.org has decided that their prices will remain constant for the next fiscal year, company officials said.

“We had been considering a price increase, because our data management costs have gone up,” said company spokesman Josh Fraser. “But then we looked at inflation levels and realized that companies are not increasing wages, which means that a price hike would have been costly for our customers. So, we decided to lower our profit margins by not raising our prices at all.”

Fraser said that the company expects the increased popularity of their court document lookup service to outweigh the financial loss stemming from increased expenditures.

“As long as our business keeps growing, we can continue to see our profits rise even if we make less money per look-up,” Fraser said. “On the other hand, if we increased prices we might put off some potential customers. That would have a far greater negative impact on our bottom line.”

The company will not consider any price increase until at least 2014, Fraser said.

“This is a lock,” Fraser said. “No matter what happens, our customer can feel confident that our pricing structure will remain the same for at least the next 12 months. That's a commitment to our customers that we will honor.”

About CourtRecords.us.org:

Court records search website CourtRecords.us.org provides all-inclusive background reports to thousands of people each day. The company also gives clients professional customer service options to aid court records searches through a live chat on the website and a toll free telephone number (1-866-434-4253).

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