I am an experienced notary with seven years of experience closing well over 2-3,000 signings. I've worked with several signing agencies along the way and this is the first time I've been compelled to write a negative review. I worked with SoCal for years prior to their change to C2C Signings two years ago (same owner, Lisa Bittner) and performed a few signings per month on a regular basis. I always had issues with payment requiring me to call and follow up every month for the payment. When they changed to C2C, they went with an automated system of texts for signings, so I stopped doing signings regularly for them and would pick up one occasionally. The last signing I performed for them (always 150+ pages which they pay the standard $75) Lisa refused payment because of an error with an acknowledgement. I redid the acknowledgement and they sent a courier to pick it up due to a funding deadline. After sometime, I called to follow up with the payment and she said she wasn't paying for this due to the error. She never informed me at the time that the fee would be reduced let alone not paid because of a notary acknowledgement error! I have never had a signing agent refuse payment on an acknowledgement error, especially when I supplied the corrected one! She emailed back that she had to pay a courier $100 to pick up the corrected acknowledgement, and she would not lose money on the signing, so no payment for me. Then she writes back that "I'm a good notary" so what amount would I think is fair. I emailed her $40 and she then writes back that she won't pay me anything again since she had to pay $75 for the courier, so my $75 fee was expended (didn't she say the courier was $100??). Signing Agents receive an average of $150 per signing and keep 50% of the fee. They have leeway in fees for notaries they have been doing business with for years and who have excellent reputations. However, there is often no thought to stick it to the notary when there are issues. This is certainly a signing agent that will stick it to the notary even one who has performed many notaries for them for several years, so BEWARE!