Coast2Coast allowed me to learn the process of being a signing agent. Yes, sometimes the fees could be low, but as a starter I took what I could to learn the documents, and get some experience. After, I promoted myself directly to escrow companies and get the full fee without a middle man. I work with highly reputable escrow companies directly. I turn down PLENTY of jobs from SnapDocs with crazy low fees. I don't complain, I just dont accept them. If and when they call me directly, I give my fee then THEY can take it or leave it. Yes, I wished more notaries could stand up and say no so that they're forced to pay us more but there's always a notary that will take it. And that's pretty much with every industry. There's always someone that will do the work for less. I have nothing bad to say about Coast2Coast. We've had our differences. Ultimately, they completely ignored me, stop sending me signings, did not reply to my emails or phone calls, and never gave me an explanation as to what I did 'wrong' Coast2Coast has to make their money as well. I used to own a business for 6 years and I know the back end of owning a business with overhead. Simply, just don't take the job. Go out and promote yourself. I could only thank C2C for giving me the tools to learn the ropes. But now that I know the ropes, I went out and found my own clients. Until everyone is in uniform of the same cause, there will always be low fees in any industry. It stops with everyone being in the same page. But we are not. So, let those notaries take the low fees, while the more seasoned notaries go out for the bigger fees. I dont know how C2C operates but im going to guess they work with a lot of notaries that are brand new (like i once was) and commit plenty of errors. I'm sure they do, and Lisa has to correct those errors which that in itself is a lot of work and potentially losing her own clients.