Working from home as a Notary Agent is HOT!

In the last six years, the industry has redefined how notary public's earn their living. No more 10cent signings. No more using notary seals only during work hours. Now, notary public's can take their seals on the road with them and earn $50 sometimes as much as $125 per trip

•Have you wanted to make more money with your notary seal?
•Are you tired of working hard and not reaping better benefits?
•Have you tried a notary service to find yourself discouraged by the amount of pay you receive after business expenses, such as mileage, gas, and your time?
•Do you want a career that allows you freedom, flexibility, and on average, $50 per hour? With the slow down of the real estate and loan markets, to continue a successful, profitable Mobile Notary business, a Notary must diversify!

What is a notary public?

A notary public is a county- or state-appointed official who has passed an examination that indicates that he/she is qualified to perform the following: Administer oaths and affirmations and take depositions and affidavits Certify power-of-attorney documents Issue protest bills for non-payment or non-acceptance of foreign and inland bills of exchange Issue acknowledgements in the cases of health care directives, powers of attorney, mortgages, deeds, grants, transfers, and other such instruments signed by any individual who can establish his/her identity.

What are the qualifications to become a notary public?

The following are general requirements necessary to become a notary public and can vary from state to state: A state resident At least 18 years of age English literate Complete a course of study and pass a written examination


The job of a mobile notary is extremely important, as we have many parties relying on us to successfully complete our tasks. The signing appointment occurs at the end of a long and labor-intensive process. Many professionals have performed services and have incurred expenses on the transaction, and the final step of the process is the procurement of the borrower’s signature(s) on the requisite documents. This is the most crucial step in the process. Something as “minor” as a misplaced or omitted initial can delay the transaction for weeks. As you can see, the signature is the most important step of the process.

How Does a Notary Public Spend a Workday

A notary is someone who has been legally licensed and bonded in their state to be able to administer oaths and to verify affirmations. The seal that they carry, which is usually in stamp form, has the number of the notary public license and the date that the license expires. Even though this may sound like a boring job, the affirmations and the oaths include a wide range of various legal documents. The job of the notary public is extremely important and one that a person should take great pride in. The papers that the notary could come across in any given day could include an affidavit, a power of attorney, or release forms..........

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