I just talked to a Notary in Las Vegas. I asked her if she had ever thought of having a Notary buffet.
The Notary Buffet — All you can sign for $30
Visit table A for Acknowledgments
Visit table J for Jurats
You can swear all you want at our Oath table.
Get legal advice at table L from a real Attorney.
And if you do thumbprinting we have a choice of wipes that Tony Roma’s just gave us as a courtesy after we notarized a truckload of ribs for
We also have a table filled with standardized Power of Attorney forms. You can get permission to travel for minor forms, Limited Powers of Attorney, Medical Powers of Attorney and 20 minutes free Attorney
consulting at table L.
Play the Notary Wheel
If you’re not sure what type of notarization to get, we are not legally allowed to make recommendations, but you can spin the wheel to help make up your mind. Just throw the ball on the wheel and see where
it lands! It might land on Jurat, Acknowledgment, Protest, or Proof of Execution. If it lands on Certified Copy by Document Custodian you might be in trouble though. I had bad luck when I played the Notary
wheel. It landed on “lose a turn” after I had bet $10. Next time I’ll be more intelligent — after all, with the Jurat sale down the street
I could have gotten three jurats for $10.
Supplies & Snacks
Although pads of Acknowledgments are not for free, you can get a single certificate if you need one at the Notary Buffet. You can get notarized snacks as well. I got a Notary ink filled donut. The insides were filled with thin chocolate sauce that looked like seal ink. After that I went to the Chinese Boba Bar and got a Jackfruit Jurat Smoothie and some Affidavit-Ade which contains electrolites. I asked for a Dr. Pepper, but was told that they had to revoke that item as Dr. Pepper was practicing without a license.
Poor Sally didn’t do a good job shopping around for her Mortgage. So, she played the Notary Buffet’s Interest Rate Wheel game. You spin the wheel and get a rate from a random lender rather than comparing rates at a dozen or so institutions. Sally lucked out and got the lowest rate in town. Perhaps not a learning experience, but at least she will be able to afford her payments.
As I was learning about the Notary Buffet, I spotted a guy with a stack of documents up to the ceiling. He was hogging table J to the point where after each document, they made him got back and wait in line. Boy, talk about taking advantage. He was a 400 pound guy too. He got that way from taking advantage at other Vegas buffets and eating up all of their profits. That’ll teach those buffet guys not to have a weight limit!
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