FAQ’s

What is a Notary Public?

A Notary Public is a person of integrity who is appointed and authorized by the state government to serve the public as an impartial witness in taking acknowledgments, administering oaths and affirmations, who may perform certain legal formalities to certify contracts, deeds, and other documents.

 

Why are documents notarized?

Simply said, documents are notarized to deter fraud.

During the signing process, our Notaries inspects the signer’s ID, ensure that they are who they say they are and not imposters, and makes sure that all signers understand that agreements are entered into on a knowingly and willingly basis.

 

What is a Mobile Notary Public?

A Mobile Notary Public are notary agents who travel to perform Notarial Acts at various locations.

Clients are charged travel fees that include gas, tolls, parking, time, traffic, and occasional parking/speeding tickets.

 

What area(s) do you cover?

We  provide mobile notary & signing services nation-wide.

 

Can I come to your office location?

NO, we do not have a physical location that you can come to. The adress displayed in our ads, on Yelp, and on our website is for written correspondence ONLY. Our service is strictly mobile and by appointment only.

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What are your terms & policies?

For same day appointments, we need at least 4 hours advance notice. We require advanced payment for all appointments. There are no refunds for cancellations on same-day appointments.

Additional fees are charged for signings under extreme circumstances such as appointments in remote areas, rush jobs, long waiting, inclement weather, etc…

Clients are not charged for errors and omissions caused by our notaries.

For scheduled appointments, cancellations are to be made via email or phone 4 hours prior to the SCHEDULED appointment. Does not apply to same-day appointments.

 

 

How do I become a notary public?

Make sure you meet all of your states qualifications.

Pay the required state fee (if applicable)

Complete and submit an application.

Get training from an approved education vendor (if applicable).

Pass a state examination (if applicable).

 

 

How can I sign-up as a notary agent!

Click here!

 

 

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