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Did a closing May 25, 2013 and still awaiting payment. :(
I did two signings in June, 2013 and one on July 1, 2013. I received payment here in Hawaii in 3 weeks on the first one and am awaiting payment on the last two.
I enjoyed working with them and will definitely accept more signings from them. Good communication, answers at the table, on-time packages, and easy to navigate website. They met my fee and so far, so good! cbirchard
I have done three signings for them this year, all paid better than agreed, before 30 days.
I performed a signing for ENS on 10/2/14. On 11/10 (5 weeks) with NO CHECK, I called to ask for my payment. Today 11/21/14 I received full payment seven (7) weeks after closing with the postmark on envelope being 11/14/14 or a week earlier. It seems to me that as the postal rates increase it takes longer to get mail from California to Oregon. I will most likely work for ENS again should they call, I will have to wait seven (7) weeks for payment which in my mind, is 3 weeks too long. It was a large signing with no fax backs. Clients were very nice and pleasant to work with. I think these slow paying companies get paid quickly and hold our money for their benefit without any regard for those of us that are out here helping them make the money. OregonMobileNotary
We give folks a second chance, and especially when (for some time)no new posts have been submitted. Well, that is what we did for Express notary (expnotary)--hoping to build a profitable working partnership. However, they just won't have that kind of business relationship.
We attempted to completed an assignment for them on 04/10/2015, but the folks refused to sign. On 04/13/2015 the signers changed their minds and we did close them on that day.
Express notary agreed to pay a $50.00 print and trip fee, and a $100 completion fee for the second trip.
Now all we are getting from them is air (words)!
This post is just a warning if they contact you to work for them.
We will repost, if they ever decide to pay us our earned FEE! ollie
This outfit is completely unscrupulous. I handled a signing for them on 6/24. I left for vacation on 6/27. On 6/28 I received a call from them regarding the fact that I missed one of two signatures on a Name Affidavit. I was told to contact the borrower and set up a time to rectify the situation immediately. After some harassment by William Croce, I informed them that I was out of state on vacation and would handle it upon my return. He said he would get another notary. Fine. Then, on July 13 (over two weeks later!), I get a call asking me to go out and get the doc resigned. Ok. Did it, and acknowledged it the day it was signed (7/13). They then tried to tell me that I was to BACKDATE it to the original signing date. After, some discussion in which I let Mr. Croce know in no uncertain terms that I had no intention of doing so, I received a call from someone else at the company, whom I let know the same thing. The next thing I get is a correction of the original order zeroing out my payment altogether. DO NOT WORK FOR THESE GUYS unless you have no problem doing something illegal!
I have had 2 major issues with this company, and will no longer sign with them:
1. They state on their orders that they will not renegotiate fees if the page count turns out to be larger than usual. But repeatedly, when the page count turned out to be smaller than usual, they would cancel my signing, and reassign to someone else for a lesser fee.
2. Recently I had returned from a signing, when they called, and asked me to print out an additional 50 pages or so and return to have them signed. I said I would do it, but not for the low additional fee they offered, whereupon the rep went on a tirade, repeatedly using the "F" word and making outlandish accusations. To their credit - with much prodding - they eventually paid the original fee.
Lee Goldenberg goodyg5
I like them. They pay on the liw side, but will add a few bucks for a larger package, and they pay spot on 25 to 30 days. Docs are occasionally right on that two-hour mark, that's the only negative. KHSTjudi
I would not work for them if they were the last service in the country. Still owe me a year later for a successful and accurate signing. Never acknowledged my emails, calls or faxes for payment. I am in Reno NV and the word has spread about these rip offs. They seem like the burn and churn type depending on new closers to take jobs. overquailified1
I have done two closings for Tamara and so far no issues. Was a little worried about my last check, but a few days after I sent her an email, I received my check in the mail yesterday. I'd work for her again. They pay at N30.[:)]
...serving the Chicagoland area since 1991. chitownotary
[quote]Originally posted by pdandachi According to Snapdocs Linear Title has changed their name to Solidifi.
Which Linear Title is this, there are several out there.
...serving the Chicagoland area since 1991. chitownotary
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