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Re: Why IPEN & not RON. Cuz signers hate the tech/scared.
Posted by  BrendaTx of TX on 6/19/22 7:14pm Msg #640844
So far, the only rejection that I have had was the U.S. Patent Office.

When asked by the general public to do a RON for a form, I tell them I won't do deeds, POAs, or anything relating to children without them having an attorney involved. I ask for the attorney's name if they claim to have one and I email them or call the attorney. This part is stated on my website and more will be said about it on my new website that's underway right now.

By law, I cannot do a Last Will and Testament using RON. [Florida is the only state that can do that.]

I have been called to notarize online loan mods by the borrowers and I will not. I tell them that they need the lender's permission to have it notarized online and offer to go to their house if it is nearby.

I tell callers to ask first if the document will be accepted before getting a RON--get that permission. Then I tell them to be on the safe side, they really need to go to the local UPS store and get a $6.00 notarization rather than pay me $31 per stamp.

If they insist on RON, I ask them on video if they checked with the office that needed the document right before I start my formal ceremony.

I inform them that TX law says that no one has to accept an electronic signature and can demand a wet signature so any claim that RONs are accepted everywhere is false or has to be accepted anywhere.

Sometimes, they get impatient with me and go to another notary. Better them than me having to deal with their disappointment.
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Messages in this Thread
 Rocked IPEN - cremevette on 6/18/22 9:11am
 Re: Rocket IPEN - cremevette on 6/18/22 9:12am
 Re: Rocket IPEN - cremevette on 6/19/22 7:47am
 Re: Rocked IPEN n/m -  MW/VA on 6/18/22 11:18am
 (oops). I've found that the cost of setting up & -  MW/VA on 6/18/22 11:19am
 I received the same call from AMROCK about IPEN. n/m - grapebed on 6/18/22 12:24pm
 I received the same call from AMROCK about IPEN. - grapebed on 6/18/22 12:36pm
 Re: I received the same call from AMROCK about IPEN. - ananotary on 6/18/22 4:45pm
 Title Source n/m - Linda_H/FL on 6/18/22 4:51pm
 Re: Title Source - ananotary on 6/18/22 4:55pm
 I have alawys believed that it was important to have a - grapebed on 6/18/22 8:14pm
 Re: Title Source - Linda_H/FL on 6/19/22 12:29pm
 Why IPEN & not RON. Cuz signers hate the tech/scared. - Lee/AR on 6/18/22 8:12pm
 That's what happened with me too, Lee - Linda_H/FL on 6/18/22 8:54pm
 Same here--most borrowers I speak with wouldn't trust an RON -  MW/VA on 6/19/22 10:28am
 There must be some borrowers that do trust RON - grapebed on 6/19/22 1:32pm
 Re: There must be some borrowers that do trust RON -  BrendaTx on 6/19/22 2:22pm
 Re: There must be some borrowers that do trust RON - Valiant on 6/19/22 7:34pm
 Re: There must be some borrowers that do trust RON -  JanetK_CA on 6/20/22 3:44pm
 Re: Why IPEN & not RON. Cuz signers hate the tech/scared. -  BrendaTx on 6/19/22 1:05pm
 Interesting..no pay for RON if Lender doesn't want it? - Lee/AR on 6/19/22 2:30pm
 Re: Interesting..no pay for RON if Lender doesn -  BrendaTx on 6/19/22 6:59pm
 Re: Why IPEN & not RON. Cuz signers hate the tech/scared. - grapebed on 6/19/22 4:39pm
 Re: Why IPEN & not RON. Cuz signers hate the tech/scared. -  BrendaTx on 6/19/22 7:14pm
 Excellent advice for those jumping into the RON market. -  JanetK_CA on 6/19/22 8:17pm
 Re: Excellent advice for those jumping into the RON market. -  Yoli/CA on 6/20/22 10:00am
 Re: Why IPEN & not RON. Cuz signers hate the tech/scared. -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/20/22 10:23am
 Re: Why IPEN & not RON. Cuz signers hate the tech/scared. - jnew on 6/20/22 11:29am



 
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