A notary public acts as an official and unbiased witness to the identity of a person who comes before the notary.
A notary is authorized to witness or attest a signature, administer an oath or affirmation, certify an oath or affirmation, take acknowledgments, and certify or attest a copy.
The notary must be certain that the person appearing before him is who that person claims to be.
Under United States law, a notary public is appointed and commissioned by the Secretary of State. In order to be commissioned as a notary, an individual must be:
- A citizen of the United States.
- A legal resident, or an out-of-state resident who is employed within the USA; and,
- Eighteen (18) years of age or older.
We will help you get certified, bonded, and insured. We are a one-stop-notary shop! Apply Now – Click here
We are seeking professionals that would like to work remotely notarizing documents for the public. If you are interested in starting your own notary business then you can also notarize documents online for your own customers.
We have an AWESOME Certified Mobile Notary Association Club that will help market your notary services to the public.
Ask yourself the following …
Do you want to become your own boss?
Do you want to work from home or remotely?
Do you like helping and communicating with new people?
Do you have a home office setup?
Do you have a reliable vehicle?
Are you great at keeping scheduled appointments
Are you interested in a business or new career with unlimited income potential? (MOST LOAN SIGNING AGENTS ARE EARNING A SIX FIGURE INCOME)
If you answered “YES” then we would love to hear from YOU!
Great communication skills
Landline or Mobile phone
Clean background record
Record detail information in a journal logbook
Hours are flexible – create your own work schedule PT or FT EDUCATION,
EXPERIENCE AND/OR LICENSES
- High School Diploma or equivalent work experience.
- One (1) or more years’ experience in sales, customer service, admin-office, banking, loan servicing, real estate, or related field.
- Notary Public Commission will be required if you are not certified and we will help you get certified.
*State filing fees for your notary certification and Bond & Oath agreement.
The additional fees are not listed on the enrollment application. We will let you know via email what the additional fees are for your local state area in a separate email.
Notary Bonds exist to protect the public from mistakes (think fraud and misconduct) which notaries make while performing their duties.
Keep in mind a notary errors and omissions insurance policy is a must-have coverage if you are a notary. According to state laws, the notary public has unlimited financial liability if he or she causes public harm as a result of an error or omission.