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Today, Tuesday, January 24, 2017 has been the busiest day thus far in 2017 for General Notary Work for GreenvilleNotary.com.
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General Notary Work: Simple documents acknowledging truth or providing a statement for the courts or another third party may require notarization. Usually only requires one signing, stamp/seal and may require witness signatures.
I-9 Authorizations: Employers who hire remote employees (employees who work from home or another location) will at some point issue those employees and I-9 form to have filled out and signed by a company representative. Many times, the company representative lives in another state.
Loan Mods: Although South Carolina is an Attorney State, as Notaries Public, we have the authority to notarize Loan Modifications for South Carolina property.
Marriage Services: As one out of the three states that give Notaries Public the ability to conduct marriages without additional certifications nor licensure (Those three are Maine, Florida and YOU GUESSED IT, South Carolina), GreenvilleNotary.com takes pride in being one of the best services to get it done and get it done for less! Also, if we are not available to conduct your ceremony, we can find somebody who will, given you have the proper documentation.
Refinance Oversight for Out-of-State Property: The fee includes transaction oversight, travel, printing and any or all faxbacks required. OVERSIGHT TRANSACTION ONLY.
General Notary Work requires a signature and stamp/seal from a notary public, however, most Notary Signing Agent work requires a notary public to have and hold some type of ‘recognized’ certification, Errors and Omissions Insurance, a valid yearly background check screening and specific … Continue reading