I love working for them. The are responsive, docs usually on time, and pay quickly
How do you invoice them?
After completion they submit
How did you get on their list of approved Notaries?
they are fabulous pay within 10 days/ Fair with pay.
I have had great success working with ORTC here in Oregon. They are more than fair with the fee(s) they approve which tend to be 25-30% higher than going through what I have called the “Notary Dispatchers”
From what I have done…just expect a very big package with multiple notary pages.
They’re good to work with and they should pay more that Notary Services because they don’t have a middle man.
Hello!! Can you please tell me the best way to go about getting to work with them directly? I have yet to work with them. Thank you!
10 years ago they were the company to work for - I love Old Republic but I haven’t received any offers from them in over a year ?? Maybe because they use snapdocs ?
Yep…SnapDocs… lowballing like crazy there. Doubt they’ll go direct when they can find someone for $85 on SD. But, when they can’t…I get $200.
Do you have to sign up with Snap Docs to do their notarizing?
I signed a purchase with them that I got through email/ort. Fair pay. No faxbacks. Got paid 10 days later via check. No invoicing.
Go through their website
Is this topic even supposed to be asked? Direct signing ! What to expect ?
Say to yourself WOW !! look at the mirror ! Congrats to yourself
Ask $150- $250 per closing , get paid directly ? So what’s the question here really
STOP SENDING DIRECT TITLE COMPANIES TO SNAPDOCS ???
Once they know cheaper notaries, u will be shooting yourself in the foot
sitting on top of the tree and sawing the bottom off.
I’m incredibly flattered that you believe me to have such influence with a major firm like Old Republic, that I could “send” them to Snapdocs!
Old Republic is a major player within the Title Industry. Big packages, no issues with payment with some flexibility when it comes to fees.
If you get the $100k go through BiBerk, they cover you if you make mistakes on loan packets. It’s called Professional Business E&O for notaries.
Thanks, I will then.