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02/20/2019  10:06:36 AM by: walthtz Jump to Last Post

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STAMP TIP **A Tip for those who’s stamp is dull or appears it needs to be re-inked: ** **Take a little rubbing alcohol & clean it. ** **The stamp will work as new. ** Walt Notary On Wheels, LLC. "Where Excellent Service is Not Only a Commitment, But Also Our Policy"  
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Simple Signing Solutions Has anyone worked for Simple Signing Solutions and are they still in business?  
Simple Signing Solutions and Docs2U seem to be one and the same. Doris  Doris_CO
Closed a signing for HEATHER CUMER in November 2018; have yet to be paid in spite of calls made, invoices and certified past due letter sent. She has avoided to respond to any attempts to collect. BEWARE...will not work for her again. Virginia Harder  ghharder
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Notaries To You Has anyone else done business with this company? I had an unpleasant episode with them today but haven't found anything on them anywhere but on their own site.... I'm wondering about getting paid on a questionable transaction. A little help? 
Hey Shannon - if "coloring outside the lines" was necessary you may want to look up the DOT after it's recorded and note the Notary's name so you know not to refer anything to them. JMHO Linda  LindaH
They called me again last week, not remembering me and offering me a signing. I explained that when they wanted to pay me in full for the signing I had done for them previously, I would consider accepting the new assignment. Supposedly, they have their own database of notaries. I think they are liars all the way around. Since I had never "applied" with them or signed any contract yet they still found me, I'm sure they were calling 123 Notary "their database"... Their practices are just despicable! "A Quick Note" www.aquicknote.net Personal Service to All of Southern California  Shannon
I have never had a problem with this company. Pays very well and doesn't hold your hand. In fact, my A/R indicates payments are received 2 weeks after e-doc signings.   DChambers1123
Had a bad experience with Notaries To You in Rancho Murieta, California. They contracted me for a signing back in May 2007 and they reduced my fee by $40 because they lost my check in transit. They claimed that there is a $40 fee to replace a check when lost by the post office. To date, they've been avoiding paying the balance due. Jason Vallejos, Phone 818-718-8987  jvallejos
Read the review page about Notaries to You http://www.123notary.com/signco-idv.asp?sid=35&Notaries+to+you   jbelmont
Posted - 09/07/2012 : 10:07:37 AM Notaries to you in Muerietta CA is a problem for me. Josh recently harassed my business not only offering something outside my designated predisclosed county I serve, but something of a pittance job for a Power of Attorney. They are lazy cold calling. When I stood up to his harassment of my business, taking up my time with his frivolous calls he made some sarcastic remark and hung up on me cutting me off mid sentence as to why he was wasting his time for such a one document signing. I requested an apology and received none. So he thinks he has a right to call unjustifiably and hang up in your ear for protesting. His attitude says it all. He's been round the bend with problems and doesn't handle people well. quote]Originally posted by jbelmont
Read the review page about Notaries to You http://www.123notary.com/signco-idv.asp?sid=35&Notaries+to+you [/quote] Sincerely yours, Notary's Life  notaryslife
Posted - 09/07/2012 : 10:07:37 AM Notaries to you in Muerietta CA is a problem for me. Josh recently harassed my business not only offering something outside my designated predisclosed county I serve, but something of a pittance job for a Power of Attorney. They are lazy cold calling. When I stood up to his harassment of my business, taking up my time with his frivolous calls he made some sarcastic remark and hung up on me cutting me off mid sentence as to why he was wasting his time for such a one document signing. I requested an apology and received none. So he thinks he has a right to call unjustifiably and hang up in your ear for protesting. His attitude says it all. He's been round the bend with problems and doesn't handle people well. quote]Originally posted by jbelmont
Read the review page about Notaries to You http://www.123notary.com/signco-idv.asp?sid=35&Notaries+to+you [/quote] Sincerely yours, Notary's Life  notaryslife
Notaries to You, met our fee (no complaints), no hand holding, and remitted in 18 days. So we have no complaints either.  ollie
I don't really have any problems with them. They call or text usually when there's a job in my area. Easy to get a hold of when I need to and don't babysit me while I'm working. Never have to call and ask where my pay is either.  Christina H
Anything current on this companies performance?  ollie

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