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July 2, 2013

Find a notary public at the last minute on 123notary.com

Do you ever need to find a notary public at the last minute? You might need to find a notary office, or even find a mobile notary public who will travel to you. It seems like a difficult thing to do. You ask around. You ask where you can find a great notary public. You might assume that you will have to stand in line at some bank or office and fill out a lot of forms.

It is easier than that. Just visit www.123notary.com and click on the FIND A NOTARY page. Find 7000 mobile notaries throughout the United States. We have notaries in every state by the boatload. We even have notaries in remote parts of Montana, Hawaii, and Delaware.

Notaries on our site who have our certification icon are a lot better trained than those who don’t. So, even if your notarization is an easy one, it pays off to have someone who knows what they are doing. We have Notaries who speak many foreign languages as well and sometimes have other unique skills like being a wedding officiate, knowing how to do Apostilles, or having intimate knowledge of many types of loan packages.

Good luck finding a great notary on 123notary.com!

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1 Comment »

  1. I want it known that in 2007, Frances C. White, a Notary Public and banker at Citibank, booked my mother (then 85-years-old, with documented dementia) into a HELOC loan, encumbering her house. The loan was for $10,000, for 30 years, with a 3-year prepayment penalty. The reason for the loan? Citibank claimed my mother was overdrawn on her checking account, to the tune of 26.25% interest. My mother had enough money in her savings account to cover the alleged overdraft (To this day, Citibank has not produced any documentation to prove their claim that my mother was overdrawn). Frances C. White notarized her own loan. It is to my understanding that this is a violation.

    Comment by Debbie Goodman — September 18, 2013 @ 11:13 pm

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