Notary Bulletin SigningAgent.com Now Updated With New Features By David Thun on October 03, 2013 in Signing Professionals If you're an NSA with a profile on the SigningAgent.comdirectory, you should visit the updated site this week to ensure your contact information is up to date and check out new features such as expanded profile options. Among the new site features are the ability to add a photo of yourself to your profile, a listing option for your available hours of service, and the option to include a PDF copy of your commission or appointment certificate. SigningAgent.com is used by a wide variety of companies (see the list below) to search for qualified Signing Agents for assignments. A SigningAgent.com profile allows companies to see if you are background screened, speak other languages or have other essential skills to meet their needs for loan signings. Any NNA members who perform loan signings and any Notary who completes the National Notary Association's Certified Signing Agent Program can create a profile in the directory. For more information, please contact our Customer Care Team at 1 (800) US NOTARY (1-800-876-6827). Companies Registered To Contact Signing Professionals Through SigningAgent.com Include: Bancserv Mortgage Connect First Title ISS Notary Nations Direct ValuAmerica Skye Closings MortgageDocs Westcor Title Notaries 24-7 The Closers, Inc. David Thun is an Associate Editor at the National Notary Association. Email Share 6 Comments Add your commentAnn Larranaga05 Aug 2014Am I still listed here or do I need to update information?National Notary Association05 Aug 2014Hello Ann, thanks for your question. If you log into your member profile at NationalNotary.org and select "My Signing Agent Profile" on the left side of the page, you can review and edit what information is visible on your SigningAgent.com profile. Have a great day!O L05 Nov 2014I'm confused. .. are the companies listed above the only companies that have access to your site or what. I don't see several companies I have and do work for not listed so I'm wondering why they aren't listed.Deborah A Harvey 31 Aug 2015I like to have a badge with my name, picture commission term and certified Notary Signing Agent.Claudette Rojas05 Jun 2016I am quite interested in becoming a Signing Agent but need to know how it works. Do the agents call me or do I. I will continue to read information but would like this question answered. Thank youNational Notary Association06 Jun 2016Hello. Signing Agents obtain assignments in a number of different ways-some build relationships with specific lenders or title companies, others advertise their services through websites or directories. You may find this article helpful: https://www.nationalnotary.org/notary-bulletin/blog/2016/05/companies-look-for-hiring-notary-signing-agentsLeave a Comment Required * Name * Email *(for verfication purposes only) Comment * Enter the text shown in this image *(text is case sensitive)All comments are reviewed and if approved, will display.