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Available Upon Request Round Rock, TX 78664

I reached out to this notary to do a signiong I learned that the offer I made was too low for the are but insted of him just refusing the offer or telling me what he would do it for he instead wrote back

"WOW! Fifty whole dollars! The only better deal I can think of would be if I paid YOU $50 for the privilege of driving to Florence to help pay for your Beamer."

Extremely unprofessional in other areas I havent had a problem with a 50.00 offer however beciuse I am not from Texas

Jasuia Render on 1/24/2014 9:21:30 AM

Notary's responses:
The truly unprofessional aspect of this transaction was the ridiculously low fee offered by the signing company. Predatory companies such as this one have ruined the signing agent business with their penury. If this company doesn't wish to encounter pushback for such ridiculous offers, then it should offer a reasonable fee for services rendered.
 

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