Yesterday, I looked up the address for BBN. I went the one in Avondale, AZ (which is it not current) frontage BBB website. I found the police department for that jurisdiction and sent the police an email about my situation. 45 min later, the police called me! Since the address that is linked to BBN’s current phone number wasn’t in their jurisdiction, they couldn’t help me any further. But they did give me that address. I wrote to the police dept for that address. ( Haven’t heard anything from them yet. But then it occurred to me; I should text BBN and let them know that the police were interested.
Hi Luis, this is Gwen Beisner from Windsor, CO.
Good news! I talked to the Avondale police about BBN’s bad habit of not paying their notaries. They were quite interested! They gave me the address that is connected to this number and which police department has that jurisdiction. I’ll just keep firing off emails until you pay me the $100 signing fee from June 1, 2023.
And guess what!?! An hour later, I had an email with a scheduled payment (paper check delivery) from Intuit/Melio.
I believe it when I see it, but it’s something.
The information I pieced together is below. Whatever you decide to do please put your own spin on it; don’t just copy what I did. Please don’t use my name when working on getting your payment.
The current phone number I have for BBN is +1 (623) 999-3550.
This is the address I got from my conversation w the Avondale police dept.
8143 W Weldon Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85033.
The two proprietors are Elias and Luis Ocegueda.
I have decided to quit the notary business. BUT, I DONT WANT OTHER NOTARIES TO FALL VICTIM TO THEM! Business practices like this, being expected to go the extra mile after I’ve successfully completed a closing without any extra payment for extra work, lack of simple thank yous for extra care/work….
It’s more than I ever expected. I’m done.
Best wishes notary colleagues. You have my support and admiration. I really admire your thick skin an ability to shake the negatives about the job off!
Hopefully, I’ll find the position where my tender heart and talents will flourish.