1. You believe that no one would ever lie about being a licensed and practising lawyer, notary public and a commissioner of oaths. Why bother checking up on credentials? Just trust any nameless person who claims to be a lawyer, notary public, and a commissioner of oaths.
2. You believe that the most needy of professions are lawyers and notaries public, why not just give them the extra cash for a 2-minute procedure of signing and sealing a document?
3. You believe that sitting in a beautiful law office with a beautiful view of the city and made to wait for over 30 minutes for a lawyer to get around meeting you is worth paying someone $60 to $100 for one simple signature. It’s all about the view.
4. You don’t want free templates and free advice. Why get something for free when you are hell-bent on paying for it?
5. Transparency about names, credentials and contact information are overrated. Receiving agencies and government officials will never check up on these lawyers/notaries public anyway.
6. You don’t care if your notarized applications and letters get delayed or rejected because the agencies and government officials cannot verify the authenticity of your document or the self-proclaimed lawyer/notary public’s credentials. You are completely okay paying more money and spending more time to reapply.
7. You love surprises and teasing games that some lawyers play with their fees. You know the bait and switch and misrepresentation advertising thing that they do….”$10 per seal”, then you are surprised when that actually means you needing to pay for a higher rate that starts at $60 many times over before you get your $10 per seal discount. You embrace the buyer's remorse experience.
8. For authentication and Legalization of documents, you would rather pay someone $300 and more to mail in your documents on your behalf. You get seriously nervous being anywhere near to a mail box or a postal office to mail the documents off for yourself. It’s worth the money.
9. It is always safe to have a stranger without a face, a name, and contact information to be invited into your home and businesses. Well the website seems to have a bunch of beautiful people on it, surely lawyers do not use stock photos.
10. You trust anyone with your private information and everything listed within your documents. Surely people are honest and will not use such information illegally.