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The underwriter will not call to verify any information. This is why they want it registered so they can verify the name and address that the self employed borrower put on the application. They will go to 411.com or google the business and find the listing,( unless you print the listing and send the link to the processor to forward to the underwriter).As long as they can pull it up online they will put the printed information in the file and satisfy the condition. It's very clean. This is the solution the Industry has established to verify operation/establishment of the self employed borrower. The borrower is Self Employed indicating he is the owner and would be the one verifying employment if they called his business. They validate the legality of the business via returns, license and CPA letter.
Two ways I've seen text messages used - A number of internet marketers use text reminders a few minutes before a webinar starts and a local agent sends out a txt message after every price reduction etc - but only to people who requested it and expressly provided their phone number.