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6/15/2020 1:35 PM
 

U.S. Notary Association is proud to support both general notary work and loan signing agent work. Recently there have been a number of questions posed in social media about travel fees for both types of work. We are looking for relevant feedback related to this topic. When you respond, please indicate what type of work you are referring to, or if it is the same for both types. We look forard to your responses!

 
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6/29/2020 5:47 PM
 

Hello!

I know that travel fees are agreed upon prior to travel but my question is...how is it received? I do not need promises to pay and "agree to pay" statements. Is this a mobile payment prior to travel situation, when one does not know the company?

 
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6/30/2020 2:34 PM
 

Alina, are you referring to travel fees for general notary work? Or loan signings? I generally agree upon the travel fee prior to traveling to a general notary work appointment, and collect at the time of service. If you are referring to a contracted loan signing, the travel fee is generally included in the total fee, and will be paid in the manner the signing company or other contracting entity pays. Sometimes I get a check in the mail, sometimes an electronic check, sometimes it is deposited by ACH into my account, once it was Zelled. That is usually explained when you are accepting the order.

I find it helpful to track all signing information in a single place so I can follow for payment. Each company has a different schedule. Stay tuned for a great way to assist with that!

 
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