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Due Diligence
Posted by  Yoli/CA of CA on 6/5/24 8:46pm Msg #648574
Do your due diligence and research PRIOR to doing the job.

Just because someone contacts you for a signing and gives you their company name, that doesn't make them authentic or ethical. Do a Google search for reviews. Go to the various notary forums and seek information there on that company. If you've already accepted the job and find they have a less than stellar reputation, give it back immediately and tell them why. If they have a slow pay/no pay reputation, don't let them talk you back in by saying those reviews were by disgruntled NSAs or erroneous reviews in some way. Others have gone before you and taken the time to post their negative experience. Take them at their word or you'll eventually just be another notch in that bad actor's belt.

You're correct. We shouldn't have to chase our fees. A reputable, ethical company doesn't require reminders or collection letters.

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 Signing Service Scammers - How do you make sure you get paid - TxFox on 6/5/24 8:05pm
 Due Diligence -  Yoli/CA on 6/5/24 8:46pm
 Re: Due Diligence - Anna Fox on 6/6/24 7:12am
 Re: Due Diligence -  Yoli/CA on 6/6/24 7:57am
 Re: Signing Service Scammers - How do you make sure you get paid -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/6/24 9:19am

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