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 What Ernest CT says about the Confirmation Call
Posted by BrendaTX on 7/12/05 2:58pm

Yes, asking for copies of ID is common.
Posted by Ernest_CT on 7/12/05 1:18pm
Msg #51301 from

Your confirmation / instructions should (notice "should") have that detail on it. There are times, however, when it isn't on the confirmation but is in the instruction for the notary that come in the docs themselves. Always, always tell the borrower that a copy of their ID is needing during your initial contact with them. If you call them again, remind them.

Some NSAs carry a digital camera so that they can take a photo if the borrower does not have a copy.
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