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October 17, 2019

Signers who get paid big bucks on Snapdocs

Filed under: Advertising — admin @ 11:29 pm

I was reading a very long and detailed response to on of my blog articles about Snapdocs. It was written by a Snapdocs staff member (see it in the links section) explaining that our claims about Snapdocs might be distorted in certain ways and how they are a great portal. In any case, there are signers who get paid well on Snapdocs.

Some signers who use Snapdocs have lots of experience and in my opinion value. A handful of them receive texts for jobs paying low ball fees. The signers just write a counter offer for a higher fee and explain their experience and why they are worth it. Sometimes they get their fee. In real life you cannot always get your fee, but if you do a particular percentage of the time you can make good money and a good profit margin after expenses.

I was reading another comment from a Notary in a remote area who claims they get paid well by Snapdocs jobs simply because they are in a remote area where there are no other options — so the company has to pay the Notary’s asking fee. Interesting.

More links.

More on Snapdocs the Uber of the Notary Industry!
See a detailed response from Snapdocs themselves in the COMMENTS section of this entry.
http://blog.123notary.com/?p=16236

10 rules for negotiating notary fees
http://blog.123notary.com/?p=19620

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  1. IIt must be n area thing. I’ve worked with many companies through Smapdocd. The beauty of it through Snapdovs they have all my credentials and information along with my school for payment. Now I have been found business this way for years Exceeded over 50 transactions some time ago. So no problems. I love the convenience of it docs and all omg in one place. Uploads in one place. . So sorry to hear some of the problems you are having and not sure why since all rumning well for me. Good luck

    Comment by Ann Dye — November 13, 2019 @ 5:37 pm

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