When people call into the line for a Notary Public, they are met with a voice that turns into a face, that turns into a service.
What better way to have seamless service than to be able to pay for said services quickly? In the past, we’ve had multiple options for payment, which included by way of check. In these days and times of fraud and other monetary crimes (including counterfeiting, it has become necessary to commit to alternate forms of payment.
Should you have any questions about safe-deposit box openings and if they require a Notary’s presence in your state, please refer to your state law. The names of the banks where the safe deposit box drillings are performed will always be excluded from posts as to protect the identity of all requesting parties involved.
There has been a major SURGE in the signing of Affidavits of Residence in the past few days. Call NOW before school starts Greenville County!
Sometimes family members get away with having those in care allowing paperwork to be notarized because of the “I Love Them” factor (signing and allowing a document to be drafted sight unseen and notarized because they ‘feel’ their relative has their best interest at heart).
A local resident we’ve seen in previous weeks recently inquired about becoming a Notary Public. Today, or should I say, tonight, her application was SIGNED, SEALED, and will soon be delivered via mail.
The second signing, which occurred a few minutes later, was for a private POA matter.
“Why can’t I just send the documents I need to provide by mail and sign/apply online?” The reason…
Well, there is one main reason for this. Verification of true identity is very important to the companies involved with lending. In today’s technology-driven world, the process of online completion gets easier and easier, buuuuuuuuut…. so does identity theft. How would you feel if your father or mother applied for a home loan in your name? How would you feel if your niece or nephew did?
GreenvilleNotary.com received a phone call earlier in the day and completed a signing at FedEx a short time earlier. The Notary was immediately wisked away to an Elopement ceremony at Century Park in Greer, SC. Lo and behold, as soon as the Wedding ceremony was performed at Century Park, on the way back from the performance, a local