$50k to Sign Your Name: A Definitive Guide to Becoming a Mobile Signing Agent Joe Cavallaro

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Published: July 19th 2015

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54 pages


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$50k to Sign Your Name: A Definitive Guide to Becoming a Mobile Signing Agent  by  Joe Cavallaro

$50k to Sign Your Name: A Definitive Guide to Becoming a Mobile Signing Agent by Joe Cavallaro
July 19th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 54 pages | ISBN: | 5.75 Mb

FOREWORDI’m a mobile signing agent. Essentially, that means I am a notary public that specializes in real estate transactions. I travel within my city, meeting up with homeowners at banks, real estate offices or at their kitchen table. My job is toMoreFOREWORDI’m a mobile signing agent. Essentially, that means I am a notary public that specializes in real estate transactions. I travel within my city, meeting up with homeowners at banks, real estate offices or at their kitchen table.

My job is to help sign off on a small stack of documents related to a new home purchase or the refinance of an existing home.I check ID’s (very important), point a few times to a line that says “sign here” and officially notarize their signatures.

Once that’s done, I drop those documents in the mail and…well…..that’s it. The process, front-to-back including travel takes about 90 minutes and for that task, I get paid between $75-$125 and I perform that task 3-5 times a day.Nearly every day I hear the question, “Is this what you do? You run around with papers and have people sign them?” In fact, it is. It’s what I do. In simplest form, I get paid to sign my name.“How can I do what you do?”That’s why I wrote this book.

There’s a lot of demand for making more money in less time and people (like you) are willing to pay a few bucks to find out how. You paid for it. Now it’s my turn. So, let’s get started.If you are going to do what I do, you have to have some minimum qualifications. I started with no training, no references, no equipment, no money and no clue so, if that describes you, you are on the right track.

You don’t need a specialized degree or experience. What you do need is to meet the following criteria for becoming a notary public: to be over 18, pass a background check, and speak English.If you can check off each of those, the rest is covered on the pages that follow. There are a few steps to get there, but the whole process is easy. It’s actually embarrassingly easy.Whether you get started today, tomorrow or a month from now, this book will be worth what you paid to get it.



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