Coast2Coast-Good or Bad

I have gotten about 15 emails from them in the past two weeks and a half for $30 Partial claim signings. I have responded to accept but only one has come across and they did not have good contact numbers for the client. Has anyone had experience with them good or bad?

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There’s lots of postings about Coast2Coast (C2C) that you can dig into for answers.

I do not take any job offers from them. They don’t pay anything or seem to value our time and expenses. $30 offers??? Lol

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BAD! Dont do work for them. Greedy and dont ever pay well. I have asked to be removed from their list many times . Dont waste your time!

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Well, they are not the cream of the crop for sure. They low ball a lot. The ones I do do for them when I can get the right pay are ok. They do pay on time. I live in Hawaii and I always get paid on time with them.
They have a lot of volume. They can ask for things that they shouldn’t as well but you can just say no. I do work for them and I have been doing this for 30 years. I just don’t accept many due to the low pay. Don’t let anyone undercut you because in reality you will not make a profit. REMEMBER you have to take out taxes, supplies, gas, time…all this comes a way from the money you get paid. This is a business. Operate it like one and you will be ok. I would ONLY do mortgage signings as well because those are the only ones where the pay is worth it with negotiations. Hope that helps

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If we ignore them they will eventually go away! They started off with full closings and offered so little compensation that they picked their notaries from the bottom of the barrel, in turn they destroyed their relationships with the few title companies that fell for their low price signings… and now they are offering $30 for bottom of the barrel assignments…not sure about anyone else but I am not willing to risk my health for $30, we should all have a base fee and don’t budge from it or they will take advantage of us all $100 for me to leave my front door!

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I don’t even open it if it comes from C2C!! I got them bring there offer up one time and I never got the money. I received the original offer only.

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I have had the same experience. Still waiting to schedule. I have left messages and documented in the comments for about four days.

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Jesus. C2C is the only company that gets talked bad about every other day here. They even have a dedicated team to reply and back up Lisa on here. Why people still do jobs for them is beyond me.

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My notary friends in CA get a lot of requests from them but they are notorious for underpaying. They say they only take them when it’s really slow or if it’s within 2-3 miles from home, but they try to stay away.

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I’ve done quite a few refis for C2C. I haven’t had many problems with them. Their pay isn’t much lower than some others and I have found them to be easy to work with. The $30 ones that you are seeing are loan modifications. You can take yourself off of those. I won’t do those for $30. And I have gotten paid on time for the refis and sometimes even sooner than I had anticipated. You take the jobs you want and decline what you don’t want. Not much else to say.

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If it was my next door neighbor I wouldn’t do it for $30.00. Every time they send me a request paying $30.00 it goes straight in the trash.

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As I have said before, I don’t go anywhere for less than $200. It doesn’t matter if it is 1 page or 275 pages. Out of town and scan backs are extra. Coast2coast offers $30. They will not take me off of their email list. I tried to return their emails with a “LOL” hoping that would make them angry and delete me but so far so luck.

It is not a good company. It is a chop shop. Avoid them.

I’ve accepted 3 signings. You’re correct, lots of bad contact numbers. I’ve completed two of the three, won’t accept any more unless the third one comes through. One of the contacts actually called ME, so I was able to confirm an appointment with her.

Everyone needs to stop working with C2C. We are worthy of our time and work. Low ball offers kill the industry. Soon they’ll lower to $25 a signing, and people are going to say “Well, what’s $5 less.” That’s how it starts. Next thing you know, it’ll be $20, $15, and so on. Because I’m sure at one point they were paying more than $30. If we put pressure in these middle man companies, then the middle man companies will have to put pressure on the lenders/title/escrow. Remember, you don’t make “$30” you’re making more like $21 after taxes, wear and tear, paper, etc.

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The loan modifications take between six and nine minutes to execute and pay $30. I will say, though, I have not been awarded any in a while and I keep responding yes I will.

I have not worked for them for over a year but decided to take a job at $160. for a refi .
I knew they were sketchy to say the least but having worked with them a few years back I decided to take the assignment that was back in May. I have tried everything to get payed or even a response for that matter with no luck.PLEASE PLEASE stay away from this soon to be nonexistent company unless you want to work for nothing.

My experience with C2C is similar to many others. I did a signing for them about a month ago. It was a NIGHTMARE. The Title company was a mess (think about who C2C is attracting to work with them) - I think that is honestly one of the biggest issues with C2C. The appointment was TBD, so I called the (very frustrated) signers to set up a time. The poor signers had been told they would have their Refinance done 2 weeks prior. It didn’t happen. Then they were told it would be 1:00 PM that day and had already spoken to a different notary. I was contacted by C2C at 3:00 PM. The signers were confused as to why they had a new notary, but agreed to meet at 5:30 and I updated the time in Snapdocs as well as messaging C2C. Docs didn’t arrive until 6:00 PM and I was 40 minutes away from the signers. OK, not ideal. Was in constant contact with the signers about it. It could have been fine, except there were a LOT of problems with the docs. There were errors, and then some of them would print perfectly, while others cut off the barcode at the bottom. I haven’t had issues printing anyone else’s docs, so I called C2C and we worked on it. Got the docs printed, met the couple at Starbucks (as they had 5 dogs) at 8:30 PM, and then they had a lot of questions about things Title had done, which of course they were closed. C2C supposedly has 24/7 text response, but that definitely didn’t happen. They didn’t respond to anything after 9:00 PM. Add to that - one of the spouses had to be up at 4:00 am for his job. In the end, we got everything filled out and notarized. I scanned it all back. I wanted to be SURE everything was good to go, because these signers needed that loan to go through - these are tough times for many. So I called C2C AND the Title Company. No one would respond. I finally dropped the docs that day. 5 days later, C2C contacted me that one of the barcodes was off and to go fix it. I was out of state and couldn’t. I’m out the signing fee. Lessons learned. Not worth the stress, low pay, and the unnecessary strain on people just trying to get their loan closed.

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I get emails from them every day and just delete them. This is not the company you want to work for

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