I've read that 123Notary still works well for long-time users, but I'm curious if anyone has feedback on how relevant they are in 2019 for new NSAs? I'm new CNSA with all the necessary credentials that were supposed to generate appointments- NNA Certified, NNA background checked, Bonded, Insured, etc etc. SnapDocs has generated a few appointments, all from companies with poor reputations, all fitting the same profile: low-ball offers- $60 with 90 minutes notice, faxbacks, 320 pages, 30- 45 miles away or so,and ALL were scheduled for 5 pm on a Friday (rush hour traffic).
I'm sure there is a better way to increase both volume of appointments and quality of offers, without spending my first year taking $60 assignments. Any thoughts on which is the better way to increase appointment volume; becoming an Electronic Notary, E-Docs & Pavaso certified, or trying to pay for premium listings with 123 Notary and other such pay-to-play sites?