When paying prior to notary appointment, the Notary will only do work which has been prepaid.
Acceptable forms of payment are cash, Visa, MasterCard and debit cards. For your convenience, we accept credit and debit card payments at notary signing appointments with a portable wireless card processing device.
Escrow, title and businesses can be invoiced.
$15.00 Per Signature per Document (Volume Discount Available) plus
$40.00 for travel up to 35 miles round-trip, 35+ miles: add $1 for each mile round-trip.
Wait Time Fee: After 30 minutes, $15.00 + $15.00 for every additional 30 minutes)
Veteran and Purple Heart Recipients: Notarization is Free, but Travel Fees may apply
Hospital, Skilled Nursing Facility, Assisted Living Community due to additional time required:
Add $15.00/Half Hour
Loan Document Signing Service Fees:
$100 - $150 – 1st set of loan documents
$75 – $150 - Second set of loan documents at same signing
$25 – E-docs (Electronic & emailed – 1 set)
If the documents are received for signing, printed, and borrowers have agreed to a scheduled appointment time, after which signing does not take place, then fees are still due and payable*.
*e.g., documents are prepared incorrectly, borrowers refuse to sign or miss the scheduled appointment.
Fees for not signing after the above work is completed are charged as follows:
50% of the signing fee or printing charges, travel fees, wait times per above schedule.
Notary Signing Agent’s fee is due in full for a completed signing, even if loan does not fund. If re-signing is necessary due to Notary error or omission, there is no charge.
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Most Credit Cards Accepted!!!
California Notaries are prohibited from performing any duties which may be construed as the unlawful practice of law. Which includes preparation, drafting or selecting of any legal documents or giving advice with relation to any legal documents or matters. If a notary is asked to perform such tasks, the notary must advise the client that we notarize signatures on documents and that they should consult with an attorney.