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 Re: N3Notary I-9 signature
Posted by  JanetK_CA on 7/10/19 2:20pm

I agree with the others, but another big red flag for me would be asking for copies of the IDs. I think there's just too much of that going around when it's not necessary, and IMO, a third party to an I-9 signing doesn't need copies.

In the circumstances you described, I'd be especially concerned about sending copies of someone's ID to a company with this type of reputation. It's one thing if it's a licensed title co that's asking (although even then I make every effort to stay out of that loop), but I don't think I'd want to risk being complicit in any kind of potential fraud that might be conducted by the party(ies) receiving those copies.
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