Challenges for today's Notary Public
Chances are, you’ve either had to visit a notary public in your life or have become one yourself. A notary public’s job is to certify – using his or her seal – that a subject’s documentation is authentic and acceptable to authorities. A notary public must be very familiar with the characteristics of legal documents and be extremely careful about approving the validity of them. Today, there are several opportunities for phony documents to ‘pass under the radar’. First of all, the demand for notaries has significantly increased in recent years due to the credit economy and the need for mortgage revisions. The advent of free or inexpensive publishing software allows people to easily fabricate their own inauthentic documentation. Electronic forms can easily end up in the wrong hands when a computer is infected by viruses or other cyber attacks. Additionally, identity theft is a common and global problem and can compromise any person’s ability to fill out legal paperwork.
Quality Notary Public Supply
As a notary, you can take steps to prevent documentation tampering by obtaining a complete and well-maintained notary public supplies. Do your best to have a proper notary embosser or an official notary stamp with your commission name clearly printed available. If it wears down, replace it as soon as possible. Getting a good-quality notary seal embosser or notary stamp will extend the amount of time you have between replacements. If you use an official notary stamp, make sure the ink pad is always kept moist with ink. Also, always be sure to keep a neat and sturdy notary register to record your notarial acts.
Most importantly, you should keep up-to-date with proper documentation formats. Although state-by-state guidelines for notary public differ, the state is responsible for offering notary training so that their notaries retain value globally. Classes are inexpensive and can often be found online. Software is available for purchase containing the necessary information for notaries to keep current with documentation trends.
Also, you may want to consider becoming a Trusted Enrollment Agent. Trusted Enrollment Agents are utilized in identifying the authenticity of electronic identity materials and are in great need with the demand of doing business in cyber space. A person can increase his or her income as a notary public by becoming a Trusted Enrollment Agent, especially with the growing popularity of eNotarization.
You can buy Notary Public Supplies from a retail outlet, or you can buy direct from a manufacturer such as ACORN Sales. Buying direct from the manufacturer saves time and money by eliminating the middle man when making the purchase. A good manufacturing company will make sure that you are satisfied before finalizing the sale, and if mistakes are made they can be corrected directly.
Notary Public Embosser
The main desktop tool of a Notary Public is the seal embosser. Its sturdy frame embosses the notary seal into the paper with little effort to leave the raised notary seal impression. You can choose between a variety of notary embosser seal models and style combinations for an embosser. Typically the Notary Seal layout and design is set by your state specifications and vary from state to state. The notary seal is a professional looking embosser that maintains the notary seal with the state labeled for notarizing contracts, letters, or other paper signatures.
Notary Public Stamp
The rubber stamp for a Notary Public is pertinent tool used by notaries to save time by stamping official seal and giving the Notary Public a place to sign his initials. The stamp saves time and it looks professional on paper when services are rendered. Notary Public Stamps come in different ink colors and you can decide on other aspects such as circular versus squared rubber. A good Notary stamp will give you thousands of impressions without running out of ink.
Notary Public Record Book
When you start to work as a Notary Public, either in your business or as an independent it is required by law in most states that you record each case that is notarized. A good notary record book helps you keep track of dates, document type, and the name of who you helped. When you decide on a book, it should be durable and able to stay stored for long term archiving.
ACORN Sales is your source for Notary Public Supplies
At ACORN Sales Quality merchandise and personalized customer service are our promise to you. For more information on our Notary Stamps, Notary Seals, please e-mail us at info [at] acornsales [dot] com or call (804) 359-0505. Standard production time and turnaround for all of our Notary Supply, Notary Seals and Notary Stamps is typically 1-2 business days, with express production services available as needed.
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