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January 31, 2018

What types of questions should we be asking Notaries?

Filed under: Etiquette,Popular on Facebook (A little) — admin @ 11:12 am

I know I know — since you are paying me, therefore you can commit bloody murder and I should not even utter one word about it. But, that is not true. If you do bad service for our users, then you are causing damages to my business – so your knowledge level and performance is my business! But, once again, we ask Notaries questions routinely, but what should we be asking?

Questions about following directions
Questions regarding tricky scenarios
Notary technical questions including certificates, oaths, journals, rules, identification
Document related questions
Higher level complicated questions that we only ask for the elite.

Do you guys have suggestions for what matters to you if you work in title? What do you think I should ask? What do you ask Notaries when you hire them? I strongly recommend asking a few questions to see if the Notary is a dimwit or is capable of thinking and communicating clearly (a rarity.)

Your input is valued. Thanks.

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2 Comments »

  1. Just one:

    Exactly what have you done during the past year to improve your abilities such that you will reflect positively on the reputation of this site? Elaborate; give me a solid three minutes without repetition

    Comment by Kenneth Edelstein — February 1, 2018 @ 4:07 am

  2. Notaries are careless and sloppy. Over the last 10 years I’ve assisted about 30 second signers on documents, usually refinances.
    I believe just one or two were error free… either a mistake by the notary, or missing a mistake by the signer accounted for the others. Frequently two or more errorsrefinanced.
    Lenders are even worse.

    Comment by Jeff Northrup — July 15, 2018 @ 3:44 am

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