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New York Combo #3

139 + s/h

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NY Combo #3 Offers future notaries the chance to prepare for the NY notary exam AND prepares them for the profitable career of loan signing.

This combo contains: (please read the descriptions by clicking on the links below.)

Your ecourse will arrive via email and the CD-ROM and law primer will arrive via FedEx in approximately 4 days.

The CD-rom for preparing for the NY state notary exam.

The "Prepare for & Pass the New York notary exam CD-rom training course teaches you everything you need to know to pass the New York notary exam with ease. Take the course all at once or set your own pace. the end of the course practice exam prepares you for the state exam in real time. (PC compatible only.)

The notary law primer for NY.

The NY notary law primer is an excellent way to prepare for the notary exam in addition to taking a seminar or CD-rom course. It goes over all of the notary laws in NY which you need to know. It is also a good reference guide to keep by your side for your whole term as a notary public.

Loan Signing online course

The full loan signing course. Issues include:

  • Understanding all of the important documents. 14 Documents are discussed including the note, deed of trust, right to cancel, settlement statement, truth in lending, W-9, Request for copy or transcript of tax form, the uniform residential loan application, occupancy affidavit, the good faith estimate, signature affidavit, statement of information grant deeds, and the identity statement. These documents were chosen because of either their importance, the amount of confusion and questions they generate, or the frequency that borrowers can't figure out where to sign them. Most other documents in the loan packages will not be discussed because they are either 1. Too difficult to explain properly unless you are the escrow officer or lender working on that particular loan. 2. Self explanitory. Or 3. Not very critical documents. The documents not discussed generally don't generate many questions.
  • Notary procedures for special circumstances: Credible Witnesses, Powers of Attorney, Trustees, Sworn Oaths, notaries requiring additional Acknowledgment Forms, signing by X, and Document preparation.
  • Basic Loan Signing Procedures from A to Z.
  • How to successfully market yourself to signing companies.
  • All other procedures neccessary to loan signing, such as: communications, record keeping, efficient ways to schedule jobs, what you should charge, etc.
  • Marketing your mobile notary and loan signing business. Every single effective way to market your mobile notary / loan signing business is discussed in detail here. Topics include:
    • Sample price lists for every kind of notary and loan signing job including regular loan signings, signings with pick ups and drop offs, signings with laserprinted docs, and much more.
    • How to get ahead by working for signing companies.
    • How to get hired by high paying title companies.
    • How to best advertise on the net.
    • Reviews of many internet notary directories.
    • Starting your own notary website.
    • The most effective ways to advertise in the yellow pages.
    • Getting fast cash doing notaries for offices, homes, hospitals, and jails.
    • Wording for some commonly notarized documents like - permission to travel, affidavit of citizenship, copies of drivers licenses.
  • Three practice tests for certification with 123Notary.com.
  • Tax information for notaries.
  • How to deal with junk faxes.

Loan Signing workbook

The NEW interactive online workbook contains the following -

The interactive workbook contains:

  • 176 practice questions ( some are multiple choice and some are short answer )
  • 14 essay questions that give immediate feedback.
  • 5 interactive right to cancel drills
  • 2 interactive signature affidavit drills
  • 6 interactive practice loan signings.

Please read below for details about all of the various questions and drills.

Please visit the sample loan signing course at www.123ecourses.com and enter the username "sample" and password "sample". Login, and then visit some of the chapters and especially visit the workbook ( chapter 11 in the sample ). You can try some of the multiple choice, short answer, essay, and real loan doc practice signings to see what a great learning tool our system is to use.

Note: If you purchased an online OR physical version of the course, you will receive an online interactive workbook and a physical course book. Click here for details.

The interactive workbook has 176 multiple and/or short answer questions -
divided into various sections. There is one section for each of the first four chapters of the loan signing course with questions pertinent to each chapter. There are also three practice tests for the certification exam in one section. There are several other sections in the workbook not particular to any particular chapter with more questions.

There are 14 thought provoking essay questions -
with teacher answers available within half a second after you submit your completed essay.

There are 5 right to cancel drills -
each with a very different and challenging scenario. You simply click and drag the right answers from the right of the screen into the blanks on the simulated and virtual right to cancel. The computer will let you know immediately if you made a mistake as soon as you raise your finger from the mouse.

There are 2 signature affidavit drills -
The purpose of these is more to understand how to do the wording in the acknowledgment section of the form. Just click and drag the correct answers.

There are 6 practice loan signings -
Practice 1, and 2 have journal practice which is very important becuase many new notaries do not know exactly how to fill out their journal in all circumstances. The other ones are practices only for loan documents. You can practice filing them out and putting the initials, signatures, and other information in the right places. Each practice will have a different type of problem or difficulty which you will have to resolve.

This is how the computer gives you immediate feedback and interactive teaching -
After you complete several questions with a multiple choice answer or short answer, you can click on the words "Submit and review" and the computer will immediately tell you what the correct answer was. If it was a short answer, then the computer will show you the short answer that the teacher wrote and you can compare that to what you wrote. If it is the same or almost the same ( making allowances for different styles of verbiage ) then you can consider yourself to have written a correct answer. If there is some substantial difference in the meaning of what you wrote. Then try to remember what you did wrong and try the practice drill again.

On essay questions, you can write your answer of several hundred characters, and then press submit to see what the teacher answer is. If you are close, then you got it right. Otherwise, make a note of what you did wrong and review it periodically.

Thats all. Please enjoy your course.


Teacher evaluation of the workbook

Teacher Evaluation of the Workbook. - Not sold separately.

This evaluation is very important. If you are doing your work wrong, I will catch you and teach you how to do it correctly. Many notaries do their journal entries completely wrong. You can lose your commission if you get caught by the authorities keeping your journal incorrectly or incompletely. Many notaries fill out acknowledgment forms in ways that can ruin a loan. I will catch your mistake before you ruin a real loan and lose a good client.

I will spend about 45 minutes writing point by point notes about whatever you did incorrectly. Notes will be typed and in a point by point style (numbered).

Here is an example:

1. The journal entry #2 is incorrect because it did not contain the correct name of the document (which is the deed of trust) and did not specify if it was an acknowledged signature or a jurat.

2. Journal entry #4 is missing a thumbprint which is required by CA law on all Deeds for real estate.

3. On practice #3, the initials should be ABC, not AC because the signer is signing with his middle initial included.

This evaluation will be done by correspondance through the mail (not by phone). Simply mail your completed work in to me and I will mail it back when I am done with my review of it. I usually only need two to three days before I send it back.

Completed evaluations will be sent by mail two or three days after I receive your completed workbook.

The evaluations are not sold separately. They are only available in combo #3.

If you have any questions, please call 888-838-1458.

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