Spelling Errors. Hey, BE professional when writing your resume. Miss Forrey (my high school English teacher) would be rolling over in her grave.
Spelling mistakes should be non-existent with all the spell checks out there to use. That won’t help using the wrong word – your when it should be you are.
I found the following on various web sites
Referances s/b References
Thank you for your acknoledgment s/b acknowledgment.
. I am a graduate of Notary2Pro in Professional Loan Signing.
Don’t start your comments with a “.”
Good sentence structure. Be creative – don’t start every sentence with the same word. And use paragraphs, approximately 3 or 4 sentences per paragraph. I found the following on NASA.
a NNA Certified Signing Agent. I am also a member of the NNA. I am licensed in the state of. I specialize – don’t we all. I provide. – we all provide the same basic services.
I am always on time – who isn’t or who is going to admit and state they are not always on time.
How about: I am a member of and Certified Signing Agent through the NNA. My expertise includes Refinances, HELOC, VA, FHA, Reverse mortgages, etc. Having never sent in a package with missing signatures or notarizations, my error rate is almost non-existent. Given the opportunity, I feel that I would be an asset to your company.
Take a minute or two and READ what you just wrote. Then press – save