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July 16, 2016

The “Met My Fee” list of signing companies

We have never published a list of companies like this before! These signing companies were reported to have met Notary’s fees. I cannot say if they offer big bucks, but at least they are not low-balling (for now.) Notaries keep saying, “They met my fee!” However, read the reviews, because some of these companies have mixed reviews!

American Signing Connection, LLC
“I’ve done a couple of jobs for them recently and they have paid me in 30 days.”

“Amerisign in Murrieta, CA paid me in 14 days. Met my fee $xxx, no hand holding”

Catalina Structured Funding
“They paid my asking fee of $100, and I received payment five days later!”

Concierge Notary
“I just did my first job for Concierge. I must admit they were a pleasure to work for and payment was received within a week.”

Equity National Title & Closing Services
“I did my first closing for them and enjoyed the experience.”

Express Notary Services
“I have done three signings for them this year, all paid better than agreed, before 30 days.” — 007 Notary

Horizon Closings
“I have worked with them for years. Never had one issue.”

Nationwide Debt Direct“I did 3 signings for them last year. They met my fee request and paid within about 30 days.”

Nationwide Signing Services, LLC
“I have worked with Nationwide Signing Service for 4 years. I have found them to be exceptional in all areas, and a pleasure to work with. Never an issue with scheduling, payment or support, and the people wonderful. It’s all good.”

Notary Direct
“Just accepted a signing from them. They met my 100$ edoc fee, and the location is only a couple of miles from my home. ”

Northstar Notary
“If just half of the Signing Companies out there were as good as NorthStar, we would all be better off .”

Silk Abstract
“Silk Abstract is very easy to work with and pays promptly.”

Solution Star
“I got a call yesterday to schedule a closing for today at 11am. They met my fee and all was well.”

Universal Notary, Inc.
“I did a signing for them on April 6, 2015 and was paid today, April 24, 2015. They were easy to work with and the docs were sent on time.”


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  1. I have been working with Solution Star for 3 years now. They are very consistent with accepting the amount that I negotiate (which is 100.00) and I get my check within a week from closing.

    Comment by Celeste — July 25, 2016 @ 11:21 pm

  2. I did a signing for The Notary Spot 5/4/16 and I have not been paid yet. The schedulers say they’ll let the owner know, and the admin office has voicemail and no one responds to my emails. I don’t know what to do next. Any suggestions?

    Comment by Kathryn — July 26, 2016 @ 3:31 pm

  3. I would try to call them, I haven’t had any problem receiving funds from them in the past, this is the link to all contact phone numbers, I would call scheduling and then the billing, otherwise I would email them. http://www.thenotaryspot.com/contact.html

    Comment by Brenda — July 27, 2016 @ 9:39 pm

  4. Still waiting for payment from 2015, numerous contacts without result. No issues with signing/assignment.

    Comment by Jim Buckner — March 14, 2017 @ 3:37 am

  5. I have worked with Catalina Structured Funding and they were very professional and they paid very promptly. It was a please assisting them and their client.

    Comment by Ann Greene — August 10, 2017 @ 9:44 pm

  6. American Signing Connection went out of business within the past year. Please edit this post to remove them so notaries won’t waste time looking for them.

    Equity National Title used to be a good company. Then they got to where they expected one fee regardless of how big the package was and how far away the signing was. Then they got on snapduds and their fees went down. Now they are pushing remote online notary and enotary, both of which will mean lower fees for NSAs.

    Comment by Tim Gatewood — June 22, 2018 @ 8:36 pm

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