Remote Mobile Notary Signing Agent (contracts)
Certified Mobile Notary Service (https://certifiedmobilenotaryservice.com) is now seeking individuals who are wanting to become a Remote Mobile Notary in their state of residence in the U.S. only.
JOB TYPES: PT/FT; MUST be a U.S. citizen.
OVERVIEW: Witnessing the signature of important documents such as the signing of contracts, deeds, and power of attorney and other documents.
Uphold a standard of honesty and decency in official transactions ensuring the identity of an individual by personal knowledge or by using proper identification, and confirming the individual is signing a document of their own free will. Perform all duties in accordance with the company’s policies and procedures, all U.S. state and federal laws and regulations, wherein the company operates.
- Home office set-up, Internet, and computer. Phone or mobile line.
- Printer and fax machine capabilities.
- Having a vehicle is preferred for all Mobile Notaries, however, if you have no vehicle, we have other remote jobs available in the notary field background that involves online sales.
COMPENSATION: Payments will depend on your productivity. We offer $125.00-$200.00 per loan signing appointment that includes your travel time paid bi-weekly.
SIGN UP TODAY IF YOU WANT TO GET MOBILE NOTARY SIGNING JOBS!
What do we offer for Mobile Notary Signing Agents?
Go to https://certifiedmobilenotaryservice.com/signing-agent to find out!
Please give us a call at (405) 568-7539 if you would like to discuss the notary marketing options or schedule a booking here:
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• Provide personable and professional customer service while notarizing a variety of documents for our customers.
• Witness and authenticate the execution of non-contentious matters usually concerned with estates, deeds, and powers-of-attorney.
• Take acknowledgments of deeds and other conveyances.
• Execute jurat for affidavits.
• Perform all duties in accordance with Notary Public Commission guidelines, codes, and regulations.
• Maintain proper records as required by the state.
• Comply with internal documentation in systems of record in regards to completing notarization duties.
• Maintain one bound record book or journal (Notary Journal) with sequentially numbered pages and entries in which to record each notarial act performed.
• Personally witness the signing of the applicable document(s) and Notary Journal by the borrower or any other person whose signature is being notarized.
• Verify the signer’s identification at each signing regardless of whether the Notary knows the signer.
• Note in the Notary Journal the time the notarial act was performed and include the thumbprint of the signer. Complete the Notary Journal within a reasonable time period as necessary to ensure accuracy (Notary will strive to satisfy this requirement within the same day the notarization occurred).
• Specify his or her role as “Notary Public” when an acknowledgment certification requires the notary to provide a “Title.”
• Keep their Notary Journals and stamps under their own lock and key. No one except the notary is to have access to these materials.
Maintain a record, separate from the Notary Journal, of each notarial act performed on.
• While performing the duties of this position, the employee will view, have access to, and work with confidential financial data.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
AT A MINIMUM, RECORDS MUST INCLUDE: The identity of each person whose signature was notarized. The date and time that the notarial act was performed, and the type of instrument/document sworn to, affirmed, acknowledged or proved before the notary.