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December 30, 2017

Why does it have to be so difficult?

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 10:12 am

It is like pulling teeth trying to get Notaries up to standards. I want Notaries to know how to keep a journal, thumbprints, fill out forms correctly, and ID people correctly. This is not rocket science and you are supposed to know this stuff anyway for your safety and the safety of society.

Title companies use 123notary to find Notaries. 123notary is better than the other directories. However, we still have a majority of highly stubborn and incompetent Notaries on our site. Frankly I am sick of the endless nonsense. Why is it so hard to get people to study and take a quiz and pass. I get so much arguing. It is like dealing with children. There is always a reason why I shouldn’t have to be tested because I really do know what I’m doing. People would rather argue for half an hour rather than take a two minute quiz and pass.

The fact is that people are hiding something. They are hiding the fact that they don’t have a clue what they are doing and have gotten away with it for the most part so far. This is horrifying and I’m taking a stand. I am no longer tolerating difficult people and stubborn behavior. You will be expected to measure up to a particular standard as a Notary so that we do not endanger the end users who use our site. I owe the users something and so do you. They are the ones who pay you so that you can afford to pay me. Without them, none of us get paid!


1 Comment »

  1. There are two sides to every story.

    On one side, you can’t teach old dogs new tricks. Neither are the young puppies able to learn new tricks. The adult majority will choose to remain happy with the tricks they know. It’s virtually impossible to teach any dog a trick the moment they are wakening from a sound sleep.

    On the other side, is the old truism that you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. A prosecutor looks to show motive and opportunity to win the case. Perhaps a positive presentation of motives (a one month extension?) and the ability to schedule in advance a mutually convenient time (opportunity) would yield the desired result.

    That failing, try offering a few “Dog Yummies” – they worked with my Beagle from pup to old age.

    Comment by Kenneth Edelstein — December 30, 2017 @ 11:17 pm

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