Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)Direct deposit Address change Change of ownership Completing a Division Order Revenue check issue dates Lost or stolen checks
All other questions and correspondence can be directed to the Division Order Department. See address, fax number and email below.Comstock Resources, Inc. Attn: Division Order Department 5300 Town and Country Blvd Ste 500 Frisco, TX 75034 972.668.8882 Fax firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Can I have
my revenue check direct deposited to my bank account?
A: No. Comstock does not offer direct deposit at this time.
Q: How can I change my mailing address?
Please send address change requests to the address or fax number above.
The change request MUST include your owner number, name, old address, new address, last 4 digits of your social security/tax identification number and signature of the account holder. If the account with Comstock is a joint account, both account holders must sign the form.
Q: What happens when an interest owner passes away?
A: Please see link below for instructions on testate (with a Will) and intestate (without a Will) transfers as well as a blank Affidavit of Death and Heirship form. Mail or fax recorded documentation to the address or fax number above.
Q: I have received a Division Order. How do I complete it?
A: After verifying your name, address and interest are shown correctly on the form; execute the 'Original' Division Order in the presence of two witnesses who will also sign the Division Order. Keep the 'Copy' for your records. Return the Original Division Order and a completed W-9 to the address or fax number above.
See below for additional instructions and W-9 form.
Q: When will my revenue check be mailed?
A: Revenue checks are issued on the last business day of every month when suspense totals $50 or more.
should I do if I did not receive a check that was issued to me?
A: If you have not received your check and it has been 10 business days from the issue date of the check, please contact our accounting department at 972.668.8808 to issue a stop payment and void of the original check. The voided funds will be included on your revenue check the following month.