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quote:Originally posted by mtomlinson Has anyone had any experience with them? They are located at 165 Silver Lake Ave., Providence RI 02909. They are working with Premier Title and Escrow and I have worked with that TC extensively but I can find no info on the SS. I looked on all the forums and can't track them down. THEIR PAY OFFER WAS GREAT! Will keep everyone informed of how it goes.
Michael D. Tomlinson
Heavily documented on NotRot - look for Notary National Signers AND Nationwide Notary Signing.
They pay lower than my minimum fee so all I've done for them is a RESPA which, if memory serves me, I was paid in about 45 days.
REF: Premier Title and Escrow Rhode Island-Has anyone had any recent experiences with this company? I see old posts but nothing recent. Im currently having a late payment issue and a bit of a run around getting different answers from two different contacts there- one promised my check was being mailed that day of our conversation which apparently didnt happen as it didnt arrive and approx 6-7 days later I emailed the office and the manager answered and told me she had no idea WHO told me they were mailing my check-- back when I called-- but that it had been mailed two days before my email to her.. Anyways that has not arrived as yet either with lots of mail days gone by-- We had an agreement in writing and verbally at time of setting up arrangements that I was to be paid no later then etc etc.. and they have not followed that and now are giving me different answers. I am going to give them one more day for mail arrivals since their manager told me it was mailed about 2 days prior to her receiving my email which would make that about 6 days ago. again plenty of time for a simple envelope with a check to arrive but it hasnt.. due to holiday Im waiting till mondays delivery and if nothing received Ill repost an update and will being my collection regimen I have developed for late or non payments which they will not be happy about but I dont like people or companies breaking agreements and making false promises and statements either.
Any contacts or issues that you have had recently? thanks
Regarding above company out of Rhode Island and my prior report of late payment-posted 11/11/17-I did finally today get their check today while late and I did have to call and email them they did send it- just wanted to clarify they did pay me just not on agreed time frame- and not without some effort getting it and being told
they didnt like my "tone" in asking for it etc.
There are many instances where Signing Service companies have taken over the top spots in (usually) very active areas. All it takes is money. I think it's wrong, but the site owner seems to be OK with it.
If you don't value your time and experience, nobody else will.
So I guess you are aware, a client has to call Seattle, Washington to hire a Notary in San Diego.
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