Reviews - What do customers think about Loan Signing Notary Field Manual?
Save your money. The book is not worth buying!! Feb 15, 2005
First of all the book is misrepresentated in its title and length of pages. The brief information on the book lists that it is 52 pages when actually it is only 45 pages, including the five blank pages in the back of the book for taking notes. The title is even more misleading in that it gives the potential buyer the impression that they will learn everything they need to know to begin loan signings. This is far from the truth. The information in this book was no more helpful for beginning signers than what could be found for free on various mortgage websites. Needless to say, this book is in NO WAY a "Field Manual" and is EXTREMELY overpriced for its content.
Not even a book, its a pamphlet! Feb 8, 2005
Very disappointed! I paid nearly $30 for a self-published booklet with less information than what is available over the Internet or looking at my own mortgage papers. Forty-one pages of large type, in mostly outline format, that could have easily fit on half that many pages. The only illustrations are of tax forms that are available at almost any library or govt office. I bet you can probably download them from the IRS website as well. To top it off, its not even a book!