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November 15, 2017

The way you treat Jeremy might be the same way you treat Title

Many Notaries think they can be stubborn and difficult with me during our interactions. The fact is that I assume that if you are rude to me, that you will also be rude to title companies. Then the Notaries say that because they are paying me, they have the right to be rude to me. What an attitude! These are the same people who think they have the right to claim to know what they are doing when they don’t.

Then I talked to Jen who confirmed my theory. She had many title clients and she said that if a Notary is rude to me, they will be rude to others too. I was thinking that since Notaries get paid by title they will start out polite. But, if anything goes wrong, that the rudeness will come out fast.

My spiritual master says that if someone is rude to one person, then they are just rude and will eventually be rude to everybody. I have no way of proving this true. But, I have seen behaviors of friends who were hostile to strangers. This hostility came to me too, but not right away. I had to wait six years to see that hostility come back to me, but it came loud and clear.

So, if you see red flags, don’t discount those flags. They are real, and the consequences of the behavior is real too.

123notary is a directory that caters to Escrow and Title. We need professional Notaries who take their job seriously. Otherwise, the end users will get a bad impress of me, and I can’t afford that. So, treat me professionally, otherwise I will assume you are unprofessional towards everyone sooner or later.

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4 Comments »

  1. I hope 123notary staff realize how thankful this notary is for all that you do! Hope to never be perceived as rude or ungrateful….so wanted to publicly acknowledge this job generating venue.

    Comment by Molly Richardso n — June 6, 2018 @ 5:05 pm

  2. CAN THE CHURCH SA AMAEN AMEN AND AMEN… THIS IS SO TRUE THE NOTARIES HERE IN MEMPHIS TN ARE RUDE AS SNAKES IN THE DESERT…

    Comment by Yukita Manuel — June 6, 2018 @ 5:37 pm

  3. I am never rude to clients or companies. I appreciate the opportunity to serve them. I think you would be glad they offered you an opportunity to make money.

    Comment by Josette Kimbrell — June 7, 2018 @ 4:39 am

  4. There is no excuse for being rude, period. If you are not a “people person”, then you are in the wrong business. I had a great trainer that taught us to be nice, be professional, because even if your signer is rude to you, you can be gracious, patient for the next hour or hour and a half, and most likely never see those signers again. So take the high road, do your job nicely, and make nice money.

    Comment by Rosemary Wylde — June 9, 2018 @ 9:38 pm

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