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gobeavs

Washington
26 Posts

Posted - 11/03/2016 :  07:50:53 AM  Show Profile  Visit gobeavs's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I work for them once or twice a month. Payment is several months out, at best. I usually get an envelope with several checks in it. They must print them out twice a month and hold them until they have the funds because they are usually dated several months prior.

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Stephhur

South Dakota
4 Posts

Posted - 10/27/2016 :  11:32:39 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I haven't received payment from them, and I cannot find any contact information for them.
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notaryslife

California
348 Posts

Posted - 05/21/2013 :  4:13:01 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
They just called with a very low ball offer of $75 for a refinance in my high cost area. That is extremely low ball for edocs so I hung up on them. I don't give these agencies any of my time and take their offer as an insult. My fees are clearly stated on my website and on this site as well as another.

Sincerely yours,


Notary's Life

Edited by - notaryslife on 05/21/2013 4:15:58 PM
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notaryslife

California
348 Posts

Posted - 05/21/2013 :  4:10:07 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It all depends on your location that determines the fee, what the market rate is for your area.

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Originally posted by windycitynotary

I did a closing for Signature Line yesterday, dealing with them was excellent, very nice guy, also talked to the title co involved and she gave them a good review, he promises to pay in like 10 days, so we'll see. Alas, it's the old $75 fee though. But no fax backs, no hassle, clean docs, etc. Here's my burning question: there is a lot of vitriol on this forum about notaries doing edoc signings for $70-$75. This seems to be the going rate. Where in the world are people finding companies offering $100 or more anymore? I can't find ONE....the only time I've been able to finagle more is when I've got them in a pinch...last minute thing.



Sincerely yours,


Notary's Life
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Saul

Illinois
46 Posts

Posted - 03/28/2012 :  6:37:33 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
ME TOO! Excellent to work with and the agreed fee was received less than 30 days from closing.
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Originally posted by 19201

I've done several closings for SIGNATURE LINE in Garden Grove, CA. They are wonderful to deal with and pay promptly.

DK



Saul
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19201

California
6 Posts

Posted - 03/28/2012 :  5:19:47 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I've done several closings for SIGNATURE LINE in Garden Grove, CA. They are wonderful to deal with and pay promptly.

DK
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windycitynotary

Illinois
19 Posts

Posted - 10/06/2011 :  4:52:32 PM  Show Profile  Visit windycitynotary's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Here is the info for Signature Line:


Signature Line | 12812 Garden Grove Blvd Suite J | Garden Grove CA 92843
| Ph 714.262.4714 | Fax 714.202.2165 | www.sgnline.com | info@sgnline.com
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jbelmont

California
3009 Posts

Posted - 09/28/2011 :  1:32:39 PM  Show Profile  Visit jbelmont's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I am not finding this company on google. There is a Signature Closing Services in Morris, NJ, but no Signature Line. Do they not have any web presence? Where is Signature line located?

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windycitynotary

Illinois
19 Posts

Posted - 09/20/2011 :  1:50:48 PM  Show Profile  Visit windycitynotary's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I did a closing for Signature Line yesterday, dealing with them was excellent, very nice guy, also talked to the title co involved and she gave them a good review, he promises to pay in like 10 days, so we'll see. Alas, it's the old $75 fee though. But no fax backs, no hassle, clean docs, etc. Here's my burning question: there is a lot of vitriol on this forum about notaries doing edoc signings for $70-$75. This seems to be the going rate. Where in the world are people finding companies offering $100 or more anymore? I can't find ONE....the only time I've been able to finagle more is when I've got them in a pinch...last minute thing.
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NotarySharon

Missouri
26 Posts

Posted - 05/04/2011 :  1:38:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit NotarySharon's Homepage  Reply with Quote

This is absolutely on the money. Notaries need to get some intestinal fortitude and turn down closings that don't pay enough. The worst company out there is Nations Direct. They actually had the nerve to ask me to do a closing with edocs and fax backs for $45.00. I told them to take me off their notary list.

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Originally posted by cayenne1227

Micheler96,

You do e-docs for 85 bucks? This is the reason all of these signing services are getting away with these absurd fees.....because nsa's like you are accepting this fee!! How can you make any money on that with gas at over 4 bucks a gallon and supply costs going through the roof? (maybe if it was next door and you could walk to closing). Do yourself a favor and break down the cost of an 85 dollar edoc signing, with a round trip of let's say 40 miles....bet your'e making oh, about 6 bucks an hour, that is less than minimum wage. There are thousands of nsa's who do this full time, it is our livelihood, it is our bread and butter (literally). All of the nsa's who accept these absurd fees should really consider what it is doing not only to you and ME, but to the other thousands of nsa's out there who do this full time, and to the industry period....it is hardly worth it anymore....companies who offer low ball fees and nsa's who accept them must not have any respect for themselves or the industry as a whole or maybe they just don't have any overhead (sarc).....the STANDARD fee when I started in '03 was anywhere from 125-150 per signing sometimes more.....now 8 years later 75-85 bucks....that is a 68% REDUCTION and last time I was checking, the cost of things has certainly not gone down....there are many notary boards out there...do yourself a favor and frequent them, educate yourself....just sayin'



Sharon Hopkins
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n/a

Pennsylvania
1 Posts

Posted - 04/21/2011 :  08:40:18 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Micheler96,

You do e-docs for 85 bucks? This is the reason all of these signing services are getting away with these absurd fees.....because nsa's like you are accepting this fee!! How can you make any money on that with gas at over 4 bucks a gallon and supply costs going through the roof? (maybe if it was next door and you could walk to closing). Do yourself a favor and break down the cost of an 85 dollar edoc signing, with a round trip of let's say 40 miles....bet your'e making oh, about 6 bucks an hour, that is less than minimum wage. There are thousands of nsa's who do this full time, it is our livelihood, it is our bread and butter (literally). All of the nsa's who accept these absurd fees should really consider what it is doing not only to you and ME, but to the other thousands of nsa's out there who do this full time, and to the industry period....it is hardly worth it anymore....companies who offer low ball fees and nsa's who accept them must not have any respect for themselves or the industry as a whole or maybe they just don't have any overhead (sarc).....the STANDARD fee when I started in '03 was anywhere from 125-150 per signing sometimes more.....now 8 years later 75-85 bucks....that is a 68% REDUCTION and last time I was checking, the cost of things has certainly not gone down....there are many notary boards out there...do yourself a favor and frequent them, educate yourself....just sayin'
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micheler96

California
43 Posts

Posted - 04/18/2011 :  1:15:44 PM  Show Profile  Visit micheler96's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I just got a call from them today.
I'm here checking them out.
I will not do e-docs for $75.00 Period.
They are willing to pay my fee of $85.00 So far.
Now the real work is are they willing to pay me.
My concern is my growing list of companies I will not work for.
I don't want to be duped into someone whom I've worked for in the past, resurrecting themselves into a new company w/ the same old tricks.
Thank you Jeremy for the ability to check them out here.
Michele

Michele Ryan
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lindamcbee

Ohio
13 Posts

Posted - 03/03/2011 :  2:33:10 PM  Show Profile  Visit lindamcbee's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by jbelmont

Has anyone worked for them? Are they still in business?

'

Just hired by them, will let you know. Tried to lower fee, last minute California based company and loan, refused to lower, they agreed.

Will let you know results.

Linda

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jbelmont

California
3009 Posts

Posted - 03/05/2008 :  06:25:22 AM  Show Profile  Visit jbelmont's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Has anyone worked for them? Are they still in business?
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