Friday, May 18, 2012

Considering becoming a Notary Public?

Are you a Notary and want to make more money?

Ever have questions about notarizing a certain document?

Questions about what type of ID is acceptable?

What are the laws on how a Notary Public can advertise his/her services?

As a Notary Public, can I be held personally liable for transactions I notarize?

I work for a corporation as a Notary Employee. Can I be held financially responsible for documents I notarize on the job?

These are just a few questions that we have received over the years from people just like you.

This is why Lewis Notary Services Inc. is now offering a Notary Public Class for

A) people who want to become a Notary Public,

B) have recently become a Notary Public or

C) have been a Notary Public for years and want to sharpen their skill set.

The class is called "Notary Basics" and for your convenience classes will be held on

Saturday, June 2, 2012 at 9:30am - 11:00am and on
Saturday, July 7, 2012 at 9:30am - 11:00am - a

Lake City Bank
100 West 96th Street (Corner of 96th and Meridian Street)
Indianapolis, IN 46260

The cost of the class is only $29.00 dollars and will cover topics like

1. How to do I become a Notary Public?
2. What are the Guidelines for Notary Publics in Indiana?
3. How do I renew my commision?
4. What are the Best Practices for Notary Publics?
5. What are the criteria for Notary Publics to conduct Real Estate Closings?
and much more.......

As a Notary Public, you are open to unlimited liability. "Notary Basics" is designed to increase your knowledge while lowering your liability during transactions.

If you are currently doing or considering doing Notary Public work on a regular basis, I would highly recommend this class.
By Daniel C. Lewis, National Notary Association 2010 Notary of the Year

This class in most cases is tax deductable. Seating is limited. Pre-registration is required. Register below today.

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