123Notary
Enter Zip, City, or County... i.e. orange,NY or 90019
Search Method:    regular time edocs
Mobile Notary / Signing Agent Discussion ForumDear 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.
Lookup a specific signing company, word, or phrase
Mobile Notary / Signing Agent Discussion Forum
Register | String Format | Index Format | Active Topics | Hot Topics | Preview Topics | Advanced Search | Members | Profile | Tutorial | FAQ
Username:
Password:
Save Password
Forgot your Password?

 All Forums
 The 123notary.com Forum for Signing Agents
 Signing Companies
 Notaries To You
 New Topic  Reply to Topic
 Printer Friendly
1 -1  Be the first person to vote!
Author Previous Topic Topic Next Topic  

ollie

Florida
30 Posts

Posted - 02/11/2019 :  06:02:23 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Anything current on this companies performance?
Go to Top of Page

Christina H

California
12 Posts

Posted - 01/28/2016 :  11:01:06 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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.
Go to Top of Page

ollie

Florida
30 Posts

Posted - 01/05/2016 :  03:08:31 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Notaries to You, met our fee (no complaints), no hand holding, and remitted in 18 days. So we have no complaints either.
Go to Top of Page

notaryslife

California
348 Posts

Posted - 09/07/2012 :  10:11:50 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

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
Go to Top of Page

notaryslife

California
348 Posts

Posted - 09/07/2012 :  10:09:41 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

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
Go to Top of Page

jbelmont

California
2990 Posts

Posted - 10/10/2010 :  11:57:32 PM  Show Profile  Visit jbelmont's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Read the review page about Notaries to You

http://www.123notary.com/signco-idv.asp?sid=35&Notaries+to+you


Go to Top of Page

jvallejos

California
5 Posts

Posted - 02/22/2010 :  1:57:54 PM  Show Profile  Visit jvallejos's Homepage  Reply with Quote
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
Go to Top of Page

DChambers1123

Arizona
27 Posts

Posted - 09/16/2008 :  08:06:34 AM  Show Profile  Visit DChambers1123's Homepage  Reply with Quote
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.

Go to Top of Page

Shannon

California
360 Posts

Posted - 09/15/2008 :  4:10:07 PM  Show Profile  Visit Shannon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
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
Go to Top of Page

LindaH

Florida
1753 Posts

Posted - 04/06/2007 :  09:00:20 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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
Go to Top of Page

Shannon

California
360 Posts

Posted - 04/06/2007 :  05:44:51 AM  Show Profile  Visit Shannon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Yes, they are definitely a lowball player. I believe they found a notary to do the work I wouldn't because of a situation that would have required, shall we say, "coloring outside the lines". I don't compromise my ethics when it comes to following the letter of the law and I'm a bit angry that they "found a way" to get the signing done. looks like I'm gonna chalk it up as a learning experience and have severed my relationship with them. I make my living as a notary signing agent and do not want to be associated with such people. Whether it's a Loan Officer, an escrow office or a lender, we associate with only those who can uphold the highest of standards. I notice that when things tighten up as they are doing now, these unsavory folks seem to rear their ugly heads more often. It's a pity, but it won't alter my operations one bit.
Thanks for responding!
Go to Top of Page

n/a

California
3 Posts

Posted - 04/06/2007 :  03:53:01 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I've done quite abit of work for them since 2006, and no, I am not associated with them other then as an independent contractor. As far as fees go, I don't take their standard fee of $ 65.00, as usually they call for same day signing. Never had my fee reduced either. I did get a letter from them once, as did all the other notaries, saying that if you don't accept our fee agreement then let us know and we'll remove you from our system. They wanted Notaries to accept a piggy back for almost nothing, so I had them take me off their list.They continue to call me anyway.
Go to Top of Page

Shannon

California
360 Posts

Posted - 04/06/2007 :  03:28:34 AM  Show Profile  Visit Shannon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Sorry to be coy, but I'm really ticked about an incident that may result in a partial pay/V.S. full pay because their borrower couldn't sign due to physical impairment. I'm trying to discern if others have had problems getting paid or think this company is "shady" in any way. I'm being careful not to accuse them of something just yet, even though there isn't a snowballs chance in hell I'd ever work for them again.
Go to Top of Page

dfye@mcttelecom.com

New Hampshire
681 Posts

Posted - 04/05/2007 :  9:02:57 PM  Show Profile  Visit dfye@mcttelecom.com's Homepage  Reply with Quote
What exactly do you mean by "questionable?"

Legal Eagle Para Professional Services
Go to Top of Page

Shannon

California
360 Posts

Posted - 04/05/2007 :  02:17:02 AM  Show Profile  Visit Shannon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
When approximately did you work for them?

What pay did they offer?

Did they ever pay you partial payment after agreeing to pay a set signing fee?

Are you associated with them?
Go to Top of Page

n/a

California
3 Posts

Posted - 04/05/2007 :  01:15:23 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I've done quite a few signings for these folks, no problems, and they pay promptly.
Go to Top of Page

Shannon

California
360 Posts

Posted - 04/04/2007 :  07:28:55 AM  Show Profile  Visit Shannon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
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?
  Previous Topic Topic Next Topic  
 New Topic  Reply to Topic
 Printer Friendly
Jump To:


Mobile Notary / Signing Agent Discussion Forum © 123notary.com Go To Top Of Page

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 info@123notary.com if you need any help using the notary forum.

Resources
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.

Popular pages
If you visit 123notary.com often, you might want to visit some of our most popular pages such as the California notary, Texas notary, Florida notary, and New York notary pages to browse the site. We also have valuable pages for notaries such as the free list of signing companies, and the resource page. Please also visit our get notarized and notarized letter page.