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October 21, 2020

$14 more per signing

Filed under: Certification & Communication Skills — admin @ 8:20 am

We have learned through an email based poll that we administered a year and a half ago that 123notary Elite Certified members make $14 more per signing than those who are not 123notary Certified. They also get more title company work and get close to double the work in general. If you are tired of not getting paid well and want to up your education, 123notary is currently offering free education for signing agents. You can read our study guide.

Many elite members have also informed me that they are more popular with title companies because of their refined skills and also have a lot more self-confidence and feel better about themselves and their abilities.

Studying to be elite certified might take up to 30 hours of work studying from our free materials. It sounds like a lot, but it will benefit you for the rest of your life.

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  1. There just aren’t a lot of signings out there right now. Some of the smaller companies are not paying the notaries. One is Lajune Notaries (a Mr. Raynor of North Carolina). I got in touch with the settlement company and haven’t heard anything from them.
    Your Verify system sucks.

    Comment by Margaret Quednau — September 12, 2018 @ 1:18 am

  2. I have had good luck with Ron Raynor (getting payed) I hate to hear others are having issues in that regard.

    Comment by Jerry Jarvis — September 12, 2018 @ 5:38 pm

  3. Jeremy, I’d like to get in on the free training mentioned in this blog. I looked for a means to do that the other day but wasn’t successful. Can someone send me a quick note on hos to get that going?

    I find 123Notary is indeed well regarded. It was one of the top two groups recommended to me by a mortgage broker operating with multiple lenders US wide while he was in California, Nevada, Oregon and Ohio.

    Comment by Charlton Golding — February 10, 2020 @ 7:12 pm

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