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Re: A windfall for CT attys PARTIALLY CAUSED BY NEWBIES!
Posted by  Ernest__CT of CT on 8/29/19 12:25am Msg #609752
Agreeing with everyone who Posted here, with the exception of the CO / CT confusion.

Attorneys smelled blood in the water because of so many mistakes and dumb blunders by alleged Notaries Public who took the bait from XYZ and other sources who offered get-rich-quick incomes for almost no work, and no real education.

First some, not all, CT newbies drove down the fees that real NSAs could legitimately demand, then the untrained, sloppy CT newbies poisoned the well for everyone except attorneys.

Some newbies are careful, competent professionals. I salute you.
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Messages in this Thread
 NEW CT SENATE BILL PROHIBITS NOTARIES FROM REFI'S - tony1994CT on 8/24/19 9:34pm
 Not just refinances...all real estate closings... - Linda_H/FL on 8/25/19 7:25am
 Sorry to hear that CT has gone to attorney only! This -  MW/VA on 8/26/19 7:37am
 What a tragedy! You never know when your career -  Cheryl Elliott on 8/26/19 7:47am
 A windfall for CT atty's; a downfall for CT NSA's n/m -  John/CT on 8/26/19 8:34am
 Re: A windfall for CT atty - Tallsally on 8/28/19 7:44am
 Re: A windfall for CT attys PARTIALLY CAUSED BY NEWBIES! -  Ernest__CT on 8/29/19 12:25am
 Re: CT SENATE BILL PROHIBITS NOTARIES - NVLSlady/VA on 8/26/19 12:41pm
 The confusion in VA is still there. We don't perform -  MW/VA on 8/26/19 8:29pm



 
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