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Best online source for learning to be a successful signing agent

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Most of you know this, but just in case.......

The thread of messages starting with message #33325 at the NotaryRotary.com message board is the best online source for learning about being a successful signing agent.

I re-read it occasionally because sometimes I get a new idea inspired by one of the messages.

If you are new, this is definitely a MUST READ.

http://www.notaryrotary.com/forums/forumsbody.asp?id=&forumid=1AAA00000003&messageid=1AAA00076138&code=29F503906B287660267A495896868178&smsg=33325&requestid=03103654002&action=view&format=threaded

Don't take everything as being accurate because the signing agent industry has changed drastically in the last two years, especially the way NSAs market to TCs and SSs.  But there are still plenty of terrific tips to make reading worth your time.

LauraV

ps: If you are new to this industry, do NOT ask questions on NotRot.  They will eat you alive!  The board at GoMobileNotary is much friendlier.  http://members.boardhost.com/gomobilenotary/  The owner of GMN is a very nice man so that's where I buy all of my notary supplies.

Comments(3)

Joan Bergstrom
Joan Bergstrom Mobile Notary - Riverside, CA
Mobile Notary, Riverside CA

I went back and reread this message on www.notaryrotary.com and I think much of the basic information is still good, but many of the websites are not current including mine.

Laura & Brendas' and a few other still up and running. www.notarydepot.com is still current and I like their website.

My website: www.wildsigningings.com is no longer used.

 If you are interested in purchasing my book "How To Becomes A Wildly Successful Loan Signing Agent" click on www.notaryclasses.com and purchase the book online.

This message should be viewed by new signers, but, it was posted in 2005 and our loan signing industry has changed since.

 

Mar 29, 2009 04:24 PM
Denise OnullDell
Santa Clarita Mobile Notary - Santa Clarita, CA
Mobile Notary Public/Real Estate Agent

I have to agree with you Joan with regard to the NotaryRotary forum.  I posted something on there recently and was chewed up and spit out!  I learned my lesson the hard way.  On NR, they won't let you go back and edit or delete what you post either which I think is just not right.  I'll think twice before posting there again.

Apr 05, 2009 05:36 PM
Joan Bergstrom
Joan Bergstrom Mobile Notary - Riverside, CA
Mobile Notary, Riverside CA

The board is helpful on printers info & problems, paper costs, computer problems or where to buy a computer/etc.

But you have to be very strong willed to post anything else.  I have also been chewed up and spit out on many occasions.

I don't post nearly as much as I use to. 

 Heaven help the poster that says almost anyting positive about a signing company.

 

Apr 14, 2009 03:39 PM