Andy Johnson
@andy
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Joined: Nov 26, 2014
Last seen: Dec 9, 2022
Topics: 17 / Replies: 41
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RE: Course Completion Certificates Correction

@moros CA DMV is fine for driver's license. The country option is for passports.

2 years ago
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RE: Certificate

We do not expire Loan Signing Certs.

3 years ago
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RE: E&O Insurance

E&O protects you from financial damages for honest mistakes. It is 100% needed if you are doing Loan Signings, but you will have to consider your...

3 years ago
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RE: Certificate

We do not expire loan signing courses. The only thing on there is your name and the date of completion.

3 years ago
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RE: Certificate

Which state are you in? Is this a notary or loan signing cert?

3 years ago
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RE: Course Completion Certificates Correction

I reset your certificate details response, so you should be able to log back in and resubmit to get your cert.

3 years ago
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RE: online training

Training orders that include supplies have to be processed by a human. Once your order status is "Completed" you can access your course through the M...

3 years ago
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RE: NNA Certified ?

That is not true. They are a privately held company. They are not a part of any governmental or regulatory agency. There are a handful of title comp...

3 years ago
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RE: The new CA law 2015

We haven't figured out how to move it to the new system yet. 🙁

9 years ago
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Re: Re: The new CA law 2015

Sorry, I fixed the typo.

9 years ago
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Re: Re: My Condolences

Thank you so much. I hope and pray I can carry on his legacy.

10 years ago
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Re: Re: New Laws for California 2012

@lrchernan wrote:Andy,Does your company supply a way for us to get background screening? I am doing notaries for Fidelity National Financial and they ...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: New Law in CA ?

The link you gave didn't work. Here it is;

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Incorrectly Filling out Journal

All you can do is start doing it correctly from now on. Use the notes field for any "extra" fees.

11 years ago
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Re: Re: Notary fee for new employer in CA

If you already have your notary, you can negotiate something like this. It costs around $400 to be a notary for 4 years in California, so it is not u...

11 years ago
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