Signing and Title Companies hire Notary Signing Agents to perform certain functions. There are times when you don’t want to just send a signer to the bank. In this case, there were multiple signatures; attention-to-detail is key in all transactions performed. If a signer goes to their local bank to attain a notary stamp or seal and signature then send their package off on their own, MULTIPLE things can go wrong. Can you think of a few? Comment on the post below. Make sure you are on GreenvilleNotary.com to do so.
Enter a Notary Signing Agent. Not only are Signing Agents not as pressed for time during these very delicate situations, a Signing Agent usually has the expertise in performing the functions of signing title-requested documents on a regular basis. Signing Agents are equipped with morals and values to ensure accurate and precise attention-to-detail. They are considered to be more knowledgeable on the shipping process and printing experts, as many of the document packages are printed in varying sizes (letter 8.5 x 11, legal 8.5 x 14, and sometimes both).
This multiple signing was completed at the coffee-house that is Starbucks, 3915 Pelham Road, Greeenville, SC 29615 by GreenvilleNotary.com Owner and State of South Carolina Notary Public Sonita M. Leak. The date: August 25, 2016.