Mobile Notary Of South Florida, LLC.

Mobile Notary Of South Florida, LLC.

1 employee
3 years in business

About this pro

After many years of selling and trading mortgage-backed securities i have decided to start my own mobile notary business. I can perform all notarial acts as allowed by the state of Florida...with an emphasis on loan signings. I am an Immigration Forms Specialist (Non-Attorney).

I am a member of the Florida and National Notary Associations. I have all the requisite training, certifications, background checks, surety and e&o bondings. 

I am very detail oriented, punctual, rules and regs driven and availble whenever you need notary services. My service areas: Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties. 

The state of Florida sets the fees for notarial acts. Fees for travel, time and expenses are negotiated in advance of a notary appointment.

My e-mail: [email protected]

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Thank you for your consideration. Regards, Michael Scara

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Delray Beach, FL 33446
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Introducing myself. Asking the customer(s) how they are doing. What type of notarial acts/certificates are they looking to have notarized. Do they have valid (current) government issued photo I.D'S that are in un-damaged condition. According to the document requestor will the signers need a witness(es). If so, they must present valid (current) government issued photo I.D's that are in un-damaged condition as well. Ask for the street address, city or town, community (gated or non-gated). What date and time would be convenient for them to meet with me. What location would be convenient for them to meet. Inform them of the state of Florida regulated fee for each notarial act perform. Inform them of my fee for (expenses, time and travel). If all is in agreement...then confirm the appointment (date, time and place).  I make sure that they have my cell phone number and e-mail. I make sure i have theirs. I do a re-confirm call the prior afternoon (no later then 6pm) or the day of (no earlier then 8am). 

When i arrive for the notarization i am dressed professionally. I shake the signer(s) hand. I present my valid (current) government issued photo I.D. in un-damaged condition. I do the notarization according to the rules. I thank them for their business. I collect my fee. I say have a good day and i leave.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have completed the state of Florida notary training course. Satisfactorily passed the state exam. Satisfactorily passed state of Florida background check. Became a member of the Florida Notary Association. Obtained required surety and e&o bondings. I have completed the National Notary Associations Certified Notary Signing Agent training course. Satisfactorily passed the Certified Notary Signing Agent exam. Satisfactorily passed the NNA's background check. Became a member of the National Notary Association. Added additional e&o bonding for notary signing agent business. I have completed eNotarization traning course. I can eNotarize documents. I have completed the NNA's Immigration Forms Specialist (Non-Attorney) training course. Satisfactorily passed the IFS exam

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

The state of Florida sets the fees for the notarial act. Fees for expenses, time and travel are negotiated prior to the notarization

How did you get started in this business?

Being a Notary Public was sometimes necessary for my position in the securities business.

What types of customers have you worked with?

Employees in the securities business. My new company Mobile Notary of South Florida, LLC. will perform all notarial acts for businesses and individuals.

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Look for a Notary Public who treats the customer with courtesy, respect and professionalism. Look for a Notary Public who follows the rules and regulations of the office.

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Are they aware of the type of document that they are being asked to sign. Do they understand the details. Are they signing of their own free will and not being forced to sign. Mobile Notary of South Florida, LLC. is NOT an Attorney. I cannot give any advice that could be construed to be an un-authorized practice of law. A Notary Public acts as an impartial witness to the signing of legally binding documents and to prevent fraud.

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