Snapdocs does not set the fees per se.. But make no mistake about it, they play a bigger role than you may know. The companies set the per job fee, but.......drum roll.......Snapdocs has an algorythm which quickly looks at what the average fee in that area is, based on their internal data, and they will instantaneously reduce the offered fee to match the lower average. It is designed to help the signing companies be more profitable but it hurts all of us. So an order that a company put out at $100.00 may be intercepted and reduced to $80 because that was the average accepted rate in your area. They just robbed a notary of $20. They do this to justify the high costs of being on their network for the signing companies and they figure that there will always be a notary out there that is willing to do the job for less. sure enough there are notaries who will take these low ball offers, those notaries wont be around for long and new batch will come in and wash, rinse, repeat. The rest of us look at those and shake our heads, and YES snapdocs plays a heavy roll in pushing our fees down. For their benefit and for that of there money paying clients. They figure if they save money to those who are paying them, they can justify their high fees, they all win at our expense.