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I have worked with them for the last 2 years, and I still do. They used to pay in two weeks, now they are paying in 30-40 days. GF_CA
Promised payment within 30 days. Contacted them when I didn't receive payment, no response to my phone calls and emails. Finally responded (45 days after closing) said check was just mailed. Hopefully I will get it in a few days but I'd never do another one for this company.
I have done work for this company for many years, however lately they are very slow to pay. I am going on 2 months now, and have another signing that I did for them a week or so ago. I hate having to chase down my money, and now they don't return my emails or phone calls. They pay well, but now I'm hoping that I'll get my checks. They have now made my "bad" list....
I have worked for this company for several years, but lately they are slow to pay. Jacquie admitted to me that they are behind, and that my check will come. Unfortunately, 2 months later it's still not here. I believe I will get paid, but after a while it does get sickening to know that your hard work is paying someone else's bills. This company has moved to my "bad" list, along with FinalLinkSigning and Notaries Express. Too many bad companies anymore, so I'm going to be way more selective from now on.
I did a closing for them back in 2011. Screwed up BOA loan. Took 90 days to get paid! IntegrityNotary
Anybody work for them recently? I was just contacted by them for an assignment tonight. dhelmic2
Took the assignment and completed it. They paid us via PayPal immediately upon sending them a completion report. dhelmic2
quote:Originally posted by dhelmic2 Took the assignment and completed it. They paid us via PayPal immediately upon sending them a completion report.
thank you for letting us know! 31659
Kinda sketchy. Not offering an average fee unless you ask. Say one thing on the phone when offering the appointment and then little new "details" are added to the confirmation that change the situation. overquailified1
quote:Originally posted by overquailified1 Kinda sketchy. Not offering an average fee unless you ask. Say one thing on the phone when offering the appointment and then little new "details" are added to the confirmation that change the situation.
BE careful. Lied about the size of the package (143 pages vs. over 200). I cancelled after accepting. I'm a Spanish speaker which this signing required, wanted to pay $90. Got 'em up to $125 until I realized that the package was VERY large and involved a lot of Trusts and Grant Deeds, etc.
James A Morgan III JMNotary
Injury will follow insult. 90 days after I performed an emergency signing for $150 dollars, they disputed the invoice amount and finally sent a check for $50. Print cost, 60 mile round trip, and arrangements count for nothing with these people. Lie, cheat, and steal works for them, because itís all word of mouth contracting. Peter Newell
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