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Franck Woodman

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Posted - 02/20/2016 :  02:53:43 AM  Show Profile  Visit Franck Woodman's Homepage  Reply with Quote
When I was read thread I was totally agree with you cause I had the same question but after reading LindaH reply, I think here guess is make sense.

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Edited by - Franck Woodman on 02/20/2016 02:56:14 AM
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Posted - 05/13/2015 :  08:03:47 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Plus, the cost of an annual BGC is more profit for whatever 'approved' outfit is doing them.

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Posted - 05/12/2015 :  2:45:30 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm guessing because bank notaries are vetted by the employers (the bank) and are not outside third party participants. We have to prove ourselves worthy to handle the private information -

Just my guess.

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Posted - 05/12/2015 :  09:58:56 AM  Show Profile  Visit mentalmi's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This is in Pennsylvania. I was doing a signing at a bank today. I finally remembered to ask some of the tellers, who are notaries , about the requirements they have there concerning background checks. I was told that they only had to get the basic Pa. state BGC when they first started and the same basic Pa. state BGC when they renew their commission. How is it that when they are there to do their notarizations that they don't need to comply with what all the lenders, TC & SS are insisting we must do by getting one every year. They are handling just as much private information as we do, if not more. Even the employees that aren't notaries only had to get it when they first started. Am I missing some type of law because they work directly for the lender?

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