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Some how we expect more from people in our industry
Posted by  Cheryl Elliott of CA on 5/16/19 7:47am Msg #606466
so it is disturbing to hear a big wig at a national title company would stoop to the kind of fraud and greed that this executive performed to get his daughter into USC. He lost his job in his field and will never work in the title industry again. It's a felony and people are going to prison! I'm sure events like this don't help a title company's image, it made national news. Yet notaries are held to the highest standards in the wake of lower fees across the country. This was a big hit on the company's reputation as a leader in the title world. The title world is a competitive industry. It will be interesting to see how many will be in business in a few years, as some companies are struggling. This impacts how these companies use notaries, i.e. using platforms to find notaries to sign their loans.

As far as the Chinese girl whose family paid $6.5M to get their daughter into USC, well, what is her future going to be like? Will be interesting to see. Nonetheless, these events are indicators of just how low people will go to "buy" institutions' favor for their children. Just disgusting.
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 Why our fees "had" to be reduced - BearPaw/CO on 5/15/19 2:34pm
 Re: Why our fees "had" to be reduced - Luckydog on 5/15/19 3:27pm
 Re: Why our fees "had" to be reduced -  Mike Goodey on 5/15/19 7:08pm
 Some how we expect more from people in our industry -  Cheryl Elliott on 5/16/19 7:47am
 Trying to find some background on this guy ... - Yoli/CA on 5/16/19 8:34am
 Good catch, Yoli - BearPaw/CO on 5/16/19 11:43am

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