Dear Signing Agents, You need to REGISTER and have a password to post or reply to discussion topics. Please remember, your password for your listing on 123notary.com is NOT RELATED to and is different from your password on the forum. Your password on the forum can be whatever you want it to be.
This function shows all posts or replies made since your last login, and up to ten latest replies on the topics shown. The top post in each section is the original post. To reply to a topic or, please click on the reply icon adjacent to the text. Please click on the title of the topic. To create a new post, please click on the name of the section (which appears in blue text), and then click "New Topic".
quote:Originally posted by jbelmont Has anyone worked for US signings or U.S. Signings?
2125 E Katella Ave Ste 330
Anaheim Orange CA 92806-6018
Yes, I have completed 3 assignments in 2016. Paid within 45 days. documents were received in timely manner. Fee was met, but end of year.
Had 2 signings with them. I was suppose to be at the client at 630 pm did not receive docs. Called 3 times. At 9pm they cancelled. I charged 25.00 cancellation and the other signing (which was scheduled for the next day) was cancelled as well. Bad customer service and unprofessional as far as I can see.
Joe Descafano jdescafano
I accepted a signing and was paid immediately, upfront, via Chase QuickPay. Good communication and everything was as promised.
Kurt R Gross
Knoxville, TN 37923
I just did a closing for this company today, the money is already in my account which I must say is impressive, but on the phone when they hired me, they said the entire package had to be faxed back, we had already agreed to a fee of $100 before they told me about the faxbacks, I asked the whole pkg? and they said well they would check, it might just be funding documents, I told them if it was whole package, I would have an extra $25 fee, she said no problem. She sends over confirmation and in the instructions again, whole package to be faxed or scanned and overnight label would be sent after approval. I called and left messsage, I sent email, no response, I went ahead and did closing, and after trying to get ahold of someone again, started scanning package, I get a phone call at 5:10 wanting to know if I was scanning, and I told her of my issue with the pay, but yes I was working on scanning, she said no problem to the $25, but I never got anything in writing. Deposit in my account was for $100, I spent over 2 hours scanning and emailing, because I had to send in separate emails because attachments to large, I know I need a better scanner/faxer, but I can scan or fax up to 30 pages no issues, actually just got a new machine, but 160 pages, is ridiculous. lcox60
I did a signing in Alaska for this company back in December (2013) last year. I have yet to be paid for this signing.
I have called and spoke to Lynn early last month and to this day, still have not been paid or have received a reply or return phone call from anyone.
When I spoke with Lynn, she did mention to me that they usually pay through Paypal/Direct deposit but gave me a choice of those option(s) or check. I asked for a check and have not received ANYTHING. I really am upset to be put on the runaround. psmkkk
I've been waiting over 2 months to get paid by this company.
The checks in the mail they say.........yeah right On the Go
I did my first closing for them last week. Agreed fee was in my Paypal account before I did the closing and I received the closing packet in a timely manner! This company also replied to my emails in a timely manner. I will definitely be working with them again if possible.
Notary Signing Agent jeninohio
This company paid promptly for the first three signings I completed for them. Now I have not been paid for the last six signings I completed. I was told the check was in the mail January 9, 2015. As of January 23, I have not received same.
I have left a message for a call to discuss this matter but as of now, it has not been returned.[V] gbaugh
I've worked for this company for many years now and they are a delight to work with. They are very professional and pay quickly. Their fees are also good.
I have done one job for this co. and was paid within 30 days by eCheck. CMatisse
I'm going to have to recant my good comments on this company. I'm now fighting for my money. It is really sad. They WERE a good company to work for, not so much now. I keep getting told they're sending my request to accounting and accounting will contact me. I don't need to be contacted, I need to be paid! I'm semi retired, so small claims is next, I have all the time in the world. Don't mess with my money!
I worked with this company for several years with no problems. I wish I could continue the good comments, however they have not paid me for two signings that are almost 3 months old.
I get the delay messages when I e-mail them, "we have your invoices, they are in accounting for e-check payment, etc.
They are a Florida based company. Small claims court action my be necessary. FLnotary1
I haven't done a signing for Timios since 2013. But they started lowering fees and sending email offers for $80. I was occasionally able to negotiate with them for a higher fee, but they have just dropped off the radar completely. IntegrityNotary
Been watching the changes as they develop for a while now and it seems to me that they aren't as good as they think they are...for either the notary or the hiring co. For hiring party, they are 'fixing' things (questionable practices, at best) and increasing the fee charged--which hiring party will most likely 'pass on' thru lower fees offered to the notary. Like a certain national notary organization we all know, I see no end to their 'new thing/new fee' to hiring party.
Seems to be a long, slow bunch of 'improvements for a fee' that smells like a bait & switch 'con', imho. When hiring party's current data base is so out of date, they won't have a choice but to continue paying whatever charge SD wants. And then trying to recoup by offering still lower fees to the notary.
As a notary, the fees offered are mostly very bad and the few 'users' who were offering a decent fee seem to be catching on to the recent practice of turning offers into an auction: Who will take this at $65, $70, and on and on for hours/days, even tho' notaries have replied with the fee they require. Doesn't seem to bode well for anyone going forward--except, of course, SD.
If you don't value your time and experience, nobody else will.
The companies that use SnapDocs absolutely do NOT read the comments a Notary adds when turning down a 'signing opportunity'. I will get some lowball offer for a signing 150 miles away and reply with 'unavailable...location too far away'. Then you can't submit that unless you enter a fee that would be acceptable. Well, I wouldn't travel that far...period. And put in an extremely high fee ($600)and say 'no...really too far' in the comments field.
This is totally ignored as I will get repeated 'offers' with ever-increasing fees for a location I've already told them NO WAY. About the only thing that seems to work to stop the spam is to NOT REPLY AT ALL.
If you don't value your time and experience, nobody else will.
They have a place of honor and distinction in my email spam filter, cell call hangup list, and text auto delete list.
Kenneth A Edelstein
Mobile Notary, Apostille / Legalization Processing & Fingerprinting
I am snapdocs verified, have a high ranking, settings are on and there are jobs in my own neighborhood that I am not getting called for. What do I do to get work either through 123 or Snapdocs. I feel I may have wasted quite a bit of money. It is definitely not paying off.
Donna Schultz 44114
New posts since last logon.
Old Posts. ( 20 replies or more.)
Tips for using the forum
The most important feature on the forum is the search box. You can look up a particular word, phrase, name of a company, and see a potentially large list of search results with which you can obtain data. Filters are also valuable. If you want to find popular posts, you can use the number of views filter. You can also see whats new with the active topics link. Email us at email@example.com if you need any help using the notary forum.
The notary public resource page is valuable as it has links to all of the free information pages for notaries. Pages linked to the resource page include a page that teaches you everything you need to know to get the most out of your listing. Another page teaches you all the secrets of getting paid. There is a link to our free list of signing companies. There is also a glossary, learning tools, and much more.
If you are a notary, the free tips we give are invaluable.