Frequently Asked Questions

1.   What is a Notary Direct Signing Agent?
2.   Why do companies choose to use a signing service?
3.   In what areas are agents needed?
4.   What are the requirements to become a Notary Direct Signing Agent?
5.   How do you choose a signing agent for an assignment?
6.   How much will I get paid?
7.   How often do you pay?
8.   Can I work part time?
9.   Does Notary Direct offer training?
10.   How do I get started?
 

1.    What is a Notary Direct Signing Agent?
A Notary Direct Signing Agent is a licensed Notary Public that contracts with Notary Direct to ensure that loan documents are signed and notarized properly and expediently for our clients.
 
2.    Why do companies choose to use a signing service?
Notary Direct was created to provide the link between lenders and their clients. As more and more companies begin lending nationwide, it makes it impossible to meet with each borrower personally. A Notary Direct Signing Agent will travel to the borrowers home or office at a time that is convenient for them, ensure that all documents are signed and notarized properly and return the loan documents promptly.
 
3.    In what areas are agents needed?
Notary Direct is currently seeking qualified notaries in all regions of the United States. We have a clients nationwide and continue to receive requests in all parts of the country.
 
4.    What are the requirements to become a Notary Direct Signing Agent?
We are seeking certified Notary Publics with experience in mortgage, title, or escrow. Prior signing experience is preffered but not required.
 
5.    How do you choose a signing agent for an assignment?
We base our decision on a number of factors including experience, availability, performance ratings and proximity to the signing location. The most successfull agents are those that conduct themselves in a professional, responsible and courteous manner.
 
6.    How much will I get paid?
The base fee for an assignment is $50.00. In some cases we may agree to a higher fee based on factors such as distance, number of people signing, etc. In any case, the fee will be agreed upon and confirmed in writing prior to the assignment.
 
7.    How often do you pay?
Notary Direct pays on the 15 th and 1st of each month. The vendor is responsible for updating the closing status via our website in order to generate payment.
 
8.    Can I work part time?
Yes, in fact most borrowers request appointments in the evening or on weekends. Of course the more flexible the agent is, the more assignments they are likely to receive.
 
9.    Does Notary Direct offer training?
Yes, we believe that ongoing training is beneficial for our agents as well as our clients. Please contact your Notary Administrator for more information.
 
10.    How do I get started?
Please complete the an online application found in the notary section of our website. A basic skill test will follow and must be passed prior to approval. Please then upload a copy of your Notary commission, bond, complete background check, NNA certification (if applicable) and Errors & Ommissions policy. Once reviewed and approved, you will be eligible to begin receiving orders.
 

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