What is a Pre-assigned Access Code (PAC)?
If you are an Administrator for a businesses' Seattle Electronic Filing accounts, you can create a pre-assigned access code
(PAC) to provide another person access to the business. They can use this PAC to add the business to their account.
Can't I simply grant a user access myself?
Yes. If you are an administrator for the business and you know the person's User ID, you can immediately grant them access
to the business. Use a pre-assigned access code only when you don't know their account ID, or if they haven't set up an
account yet. When you give them this access code, they'll be able to create their new account and add the business to their
list during the same visit to Seattle Electronic Filing.
Can more than one person use the same pre-assigned access code (PAC)?
No. For security purposes, once someone uses the PAC you set up for them, it is no longer available for anyone else.