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Re: When acepting signing
Posted by  JanetK_CA of CA on 4/20/17 2:26am Msg #573938
Some good points here, Buddy. One thing I would add is that if a company misrepresents the scope of work significantly enough (like trying to get you to do two loans for the price of one, for example), then I would have no qualms about calling them back to ask for more. That's just a bridge too far, imo... That's happened to me many times and I've nearly always been able to get the fee adjusted. If not, I'm happy to give it back.
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 When acepting signing's n/m - Buddy Young on 4/20/17 12:35am
 Re: When acepting signing - Buddy Young on 4/20/17 12:55am
 Re: When acepting signing -  JanetK_CA on 4/20/17 2:26am
 Other factors -  Cheryl Elliott on 4/20/17 8:12am
 Re: When acepting signing - Laurie Manzanares on 4/20/17 10:56am
 Re: When acepting signing - JkWa on 4/21/17 8:21pm

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