What equipment is needed to become a loan signing agent?
You will need a home office setup that consists of: the Internet, computer, phone line or mobile, printer, and scanner.
How does our Employer Signing Agent Job Platform work?
Signing Agent Employer Job Platform Process
You will be given a secure access link to apply and/or register your documents to companies to receive jobs dispatched to you via email or text message.
What type of documents will signing companies ask for?
Document Submission Information
You will be responsible for submitting the following document types to the listed signing service partner companies:
Notary Commission Certificate, Bond (if applicable to your state), Errors & Omissions Insurance, Driver’s License ID, Background Check, W-9 Tax Form, Company Online Application or Resume to the companies from our employer job portal listings.
What type of companies will I notarize documents for?
Here are some of the companies you will encounter to work for doing notarization document signing: Insurance Agency, Title & Abstract, Escrow Officers, Lenders, and/or Personal Families.
How many signing appointments will I receive daily?
Typically, for full-time mobile notary signing agents most receive 3 to 6 signings per day.
What information will be sent to me for my loan signing appointment?
Appointment Contact Information
The hiring company will dispatch appointments to you directly that will consist of the following details:
Family or person name
Loan document or paperwork that needs notarized
The payment amount they are negotiating to pay you. Typically most of the fees are between $85.00 to $200.00 and will be paid by the hiring contracting company either weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly.
All fees will be set by the company that dispatches the job out to you, however, the fee can always be negotiated for a higher amount if you fee the payment being offered is too low for various reasons. Usually, if the travel time is too far away and the pay is too low or the number of documents needing to be notarized and/or printed out.
You will be able to ACCEPT or DECLINE the appointment that you were offered by the hiring company. It’s very important to communicate either way if you are able or not able to accept the document signing appointment to remain in good standing for future loan signing appointments.
When you have questions about any signing you perform always contact the hiring company that sent you the loan signing documents to clarify any concerns that you may have to avoid any discrepancy.
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How will I receive my appointments through the companies from your listing?
The companies will reach out to you via email, text message, website platform, or phone call. Every company will vary so when you register with them be sure to check to see the methods available that they will reach out to you.
How long do my service last once I register with you?
Notary Signing Agents are listed on the Certified Mobile Notary Service site for 12 months from the date they sign up for services with us. This will include our standard signing agent background screening, business directory service, and employer signing agent job platform.
Can I get certified in more than 1 state?
Yes, as long as you work or reside (live) in that state.
What is the qualification to become a public notary?
No felony convictions. In general, Notary applicants must be 18 years old and a legal resident of the state with no criminal record. Some states require you Notary applicants to read and write English. Some states also allow residents of neighboring states to become Notaries.
How much do Mobile Notary Signing Agents earn?
Typically, the average earnings will range from $85.00 to $200.00 per loan signing document appointment.