Here are some signing companies that have had some interesting commentary recently.
The notary accepted a job at a negotiated fee. She confirmed with the borrowers. Then, the job got cancelled. Another notary had been hired for the same date and time.
One notary got a job with documents that were 150 pages per set with 70-100 pages of fax backs for $75. The notary asked for $125 and they claimed the notary was pricing themselves out of the market. It looks like both parties here are pricing themselves out of the market on one end or the other!
The notary claims this company claimed to have paid him/her twice. I wish I could get paid twice! Additionally the paperwork in the package claimed that the notary represented the company which the notary didn’t care for too much!
Professional Settlements Service
The notary printed out the documents, but the rate, number of payments and other critical numbers were not showing up on the documents. The notary was blamed for having out of date PDF software!
National Loan Closers
The automated “select your fee” system wouldn’t let Shannon input an asking price of more than $85 for the signing. Now, he wants to be removed from their mailing list. What is the world coming to. If you want serious notaries, offer up to $95 for close jobs.
The notary did over 200 closings for this company, but got a letter stating, “At this time, we do not have a need for your services…” A handful of other notaries suffered the same fate.
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