Regular Notary Stamps
We always suggest that it is a good idea to look at your Secretary of State's website before ordering any of your notary supplies to familiarize yourself with the type of tools you will need. It is very important that you make sure to input your name, commission number (if applicable) and expiration date (if applicable) EXACTLY as it shows on your commission certificate when purchasing your notary seal stamp from Acorn.
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What is a Notary Stamp?
It is important to be aware that not all 50 states abide by the same notary laws. Some states will require you to use a stamp while others will only allow an embossing seal. Depending on in which state you are a notary public will determine the tools you need. In recent years, many states have begun to only permit the use of ink stamps as notary seals so the seal will be able to be photographically reproducible – or be able to be photocopied. It is also important to check to see if your state has any requirements on the color ink you must to use. Failure to comply with state and federal notary laws can cause irreparable legal damages. We don’t want to see you in hot water and that’s why we always suggest purchasing a Notary Public Record book to keep a running record of documents notarized and to fully to read your state’s notary handbook before ordering.
We completely understand that ordering state-specific notary supplies can be very confusing. If you are unsure what to order, just give us a call or send us an email. We have an experienced customer service staff standing by to assist you with your order and answer any questions your may have.