Category Archives: Ethics – Morality

A Notary Signing Agent Wears Two Hats

A notary signing agent (or NSA) wears two hats, which is another way to say you fulfill two roles while on an assignment as an NSA. Sometimes, the client will cause these roles to conflict with each other. First, you … Continue reading

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No One Has Ever Sent It Back

No One Has Ever Sent It Back — Thoughts on Pushback One of the more frequently seen comments in online groups where notaries gather goes like this: “I’ve always done it this way and no one has ever objected or … Continue reading

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I am a Writer 

I am a Writer.  This means I get ideas from all over the place and I write down those that interest me, as well as those I find helpful or educational or truthful. If you ask me a question or … Continue reading

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What is Being Notarized?

What Is Being Notarized? It is easy to get into a discussion (or argument) about differences that do not matter, especially online. Some days, it feels like we are back in medieval times, arguing over how many angels can dance … Continue reading

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Why Documents Are Notarized

Why Documents Are Notarized Some understanding of why documents are notarized and what notarization means is important, both to notaries public and to the public that we serve. Documents are generally notarized for one or more of the following reasons: … Continue reading

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