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Posted by Tiffany Barlow on 6/19/19 8:29am
I was called by s lady named Candice Lanier to do a debt consolidation. I rarely do them but I took it. After reviewing the paperwork, the signature line for the notary signing agent says “ field representative “. Also, another page titled FACE TO FACE SALES PRESENTATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT does not have the verbiage for notary signing. It thanks the customer for meeting me to discuss the program and to acknowledge that we met on behalf of United Debt Counselors. It goes on to say they can call “our” customer service. They are requesting a seal for this page and a notary signature signing as their “field agent”. I looked at the clients age. She is 80!
I emailed the company and texted Candice letting her know the verbiage on the documents are conflicting with my duties as a notary signing agent. I told her I cannot sign on those lines stating I represent her company as an employee. She told me she’s been doing this for 20 years and she didn’t understand my issue. I told her I wasn’t comfortable. She raised her voice and wouldn’t let me speak. I advised her she will not speak to me in that manner. She hung up on me. I text her that she was unprofessional and to please not contact me in the future.
They also go by Convenient Closers and Global Client Solutions.
I found this article this morning.
Be careful out there and stick to your ethics!
Have an awesome day!