Geber
Geber
@geber
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Joined: Oct 24, 2011
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Re: Re: Credible Witnesses (CA) - First Time

@sers123 wrote:I need to use two credible witnesses to ID a signer of a Sworn Statement for purpose of obtaining a certified copy of her daughter's bi...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Signing with Microsoft Office 2010

@banishi2 wrote:Signature is always shown in documents but you can lock the documents for security purpose. In this way no budy can change the signatu...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Signing with Microsoft Office 2010

LindaH/FL,I agree that a notary certificate that does not name the signer would be especially vulnerable.As for fraud, there does not seem to be one c...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: NotaryNow

Even if the Virginia electronic webcam notaries do everything they are supposed to do, how can they verify the signer is in Virginia? What is the lega...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Signing with Microsoft Office 2010

@BradfordF wrote:What you have noticed present a problem, in my opinion. This question should be solved in order to prevent the creation of invalid do...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Initials vs No Initials

There is no law that says people must initial the pages of a mortgage. This requirement is imposed by one of the companies involved in providing the m...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Starting a notary business

"The whole point of an LLC is to shield your assets." An LLC is a corporation, and a corporation is a legal person. If you formed an LLC, and, acting ...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: "Other notaries do it"

From previous discussions, I recognize your quote as being from the California handbook. I'm from Vermont, so I've never taken a notary class (but wil...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Starting a notary business

You do not mention your state. Check your state regulations to see whether notarizations of loans and real estate documents is allowed. That seems the...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Stamps - NY notary confusion

New York does not require a seal, but does require that you write certain information. I suspect the rubber stamp with your commission expiration date...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: E-Notary Promotion

@DocVerify wrote:Geber,Yes, there is an one-time set up fee of $99 to get started, but that also includes a complete background check to make sure you...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: E-Notary Promotion

Docverify costs about $120 to get started, then about $20 per month. Due to the low level of activity, the notary would have to presume that the custo...

10 years ago
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