Art Rubber Stamps for Designing Purposes

November 3rd, 2009 | Rss Feed

Art rubber stamps are the most popular form of rubber stamps that the children and youths use for various purposes. These art stamps can be used for designing cards, scrap book making and for various other personalizing purposes. It adds a touch of creativity and innovation in things. These stamps are used on several occasions like teacher’s day, Valentine’s Day, birthday, Christmas and a few other religious activities. They are available in different varieties offering you great options to choose from.

Thanksgiving, Easter, Halloween, Valentine’s Day are a few kinds of art rubber stamps that are available in the market. These stamps also come in a variety of floral or border stamps that make things attractive. These stamps are also available with etched occupations like farmer, nurse, train engineer, doctor, policeman and so on. They are also available in letter set (from A to Z) and number set (from 0-9) to add to your stamp collection. Read the rest of this entry »


Importance of Notarizing the Documents

November 3rd, 2009 | Rss Feed

A notary public holds a lot of responsibility as they are the ones who secure important documents from fraud cases. A notary has to carry a few notary supplies which are required to perform his job well.  The duty of a notary public officer is to witness the documents and then certify them. After verification, he signs the documents along with applying the seal for notarizing it.

It is necessary to notarize the legal documents as notarized papers are proven to be genuine and can be presented in the court during any kind of proceedings. The notary public has to make sure that both the parties are genuine and are not doing anything which is against the law. If in any case, the court finds out that the notarized papers are not genuine then the notary public is equally guilty and will be liable for legal implications. Read the rest of this entry »


Advancement in Techniques of Notary Supplies

November 3rd, 2009 | Rss Feed

With the increase in fraudulent cases of important legal documents, it has become necessary to notarize the documents. In older days, only notary stamps were used for notarizing the papers.  The technique involved for imprinting them was very easy. When the stamp was pressed hard against the paper, an impression was made over the paper. Unfortunately, it couldn’t serve the purpose well as the impression could easily be copied with a photocopier and was then used for making fraudulent cases.

To reduce such unfair practices, there was a need to use a new technique which can overcome this problem. Therefore, the notary stamps which are used today as raised seals and cannot be copied in any manner were invented. It is serving the purpose well by making the documents secure. With the advancement in new technology, there are new and improved stamps available in the market which has made the work quick and simple. Read the rest of this entry »


Role of Notary Public

November 3rd, 2009 | Rss Feed

A notary public officer is a person who is authorized by the State to carry out certain legal tasks and responsibilities. He is generally assigned the task of verifying and authenticating various documents, affidavits and certificates. In doing so, he uses certain notary supplies like notary stamps, seals and notary signs. These stamps and signs establish a proof of identity for both the parties that are involved in the process. They are issued by the State to every individual notary with different embossing as the need varies.

For every notary public, it is important that he holds the full knowledge of the law and order of the State where he stays and practices. There are various notary classes that are available for the fresh notaries so as to make them aware of these necessary technicalities. They also offer him guidance about how to build relationships and contacts with the clients in order to grow and how to use the notary seals and stamps in the right way. These classes are a must for every aspiring notary as they give a complete outlook of their future jobs and duties. Read the rest of this entry »


Importance of Mobile Notary Services

November 3rd, 2009 | Rss Feed

With the modernization of technology, many services are also getting modernized. Notary services are one such service. The notary public is providing now-a-days, mobile notary services. It actually eases the task of both the notary and the person who wishes to get the documents approved by the notary. With just one call, one can avail these notary services. Earlier, people used to find the notary at one place or another but now the notary is just a call away.

The idea of a mobile notary has been developed for people with a tight schedule or who keep traveling round the clock. People, who do not have the time to go to the office of the notary, can easily avail these services. Though mobile notary services also include the traveling expenses of the notary, other than the normal fees, they still are not very expensive. But before making use of these services, one should also crosscheck whether the notary public is actually genuine or not or you might land up in trouble either now or in the future. Read the rest of this entry »


Keep Your Data Safe in Notary Record Book

November 3rd, 2009 | Rss Feed

A notary public has to perform lot of tasks everyday. So many people approach a notary for help and when the notary verifies the person’s genuineness, he authorizes the documents. Notary can not keep a mental record of all the hundreds of people whom he meet in a week or month and this is where the notary record book comes into picture. The record books helps him in remembering the number of people he meets in a day or the number of documents that he signs every day.

The notary record book is designed to take note of approximately 250 entries. These transaction details help the notary in many ways. Like in case if a fraud happens, the notary public can cross-check it with his record book. This also helps him in establishing new clients through referrals,etc. The book is always handy for the notary public officer’s help and also helps him in avoiding frauds and any misuse of any kind. Read the rest of this entry »


Features of Notary Pre-Inked Stamps

November 2nd, 2009 | Rss Feed

Pre-Inked notary stamps offer many benefits. They serve multiple purposes in both government offices as well as private offices. They are very popular for validating various documents which require authentication. These stamps are used on documents, invoices, certificates, etc. A notary public uses them for these purposes. He checks the documents first and then he approves them by applying the stamp and his signatures. They offer a surety to the person that the documents are verified by law.

These pre-inked stamps are customized with the name of the notary public officer, the issuing State, commission number of the notary, expiration number and manufacturer’s name. These stamps are the complete legal property of the State and therefore, they cannot be used by any person who doesn’t hold a sanction by the Secretary of the State. They are customized as per the individual requirement of every State and notary public officer. Read the rest of this entry »


Notary Hand Stamps for Multiple Purposes

November 2nd, 2009 | Rss Feed

Notary hand stamps are those stamps that need to be pressed hard against the paper to deliver a clear and smooth impression. They are a very essential item for carrying out official tasks and duties. Notary hand stamps are available in 2 categories namely, regular hand stamps and slim pre-inked stamps. These stamps are used for notarizing various documents and affidavits which require legal sanction by the law. They make the documents as official papers.

The hand notary regular stamps are the most commonly used stamps by the notary. They are designed in such a way that they remain intact and ready-to-use for the whole lifetime. They give an error-free experience every time you use it. The impression offered by these regular stamps lets you register the full detail properly and completely. These stamps can be engraved with various engravings of the notary State seal, notary acknowledgment, notary scales of justice and so on. Read the rest of this entry »


Notarize Your Documents to Avoid Malpractices

November 2nd, 2009 | Rss Feed

To put an end to the increasing number of frauds that are taking place round the clock, it is necessary to adopt certain precautionary measures beforehand. Securing your important documents is the first step that one needs to take in this direction. To secure them, it is essential to get them notarized by the notary public officer. The notary needs to verify the documents first and then acknowledge them with his official seals and his signatures. This helps in avoiding any future chaos and misunderstandings from both ends.

The notary seals are the best way to secure your documents and make them an official and authenticated document. These seals act as a guarantee to both the parties that the documents are genuine and valid and completely adhere to the law. These seals are available in different packages likes basic seal package, deluxe seal package and supreme package. They are designed keeping your various necessities in mind. Read the rest of this entry »


Variety of Notary Public Supreme Packages

October 30th, 2009 | Rss Feed

Notary public supreme packages are those packages that offer the best value. This includes a package comprised of soft seals, pocket seals and desk seals in different colors. Matte black, gold and chrome are the most appealing choices of color that are offered. Hand stamps, slim stamps and Self-Inking stamps are the three types of stamps that are available in this package. These stamps and seals are necessary to notarize various legal and official documents and are solely issued by the Secretary of the State to the notary public officer.

Notary public supreme packages include a notary public record book, a commission expiration stamp, one pack of gold foil seals and a deluxe leatherette pouch to keep these things safe and secure. It is the responsibility of the notary public to keep these things safe and intact. Otherwise, fraudsters are always on the lookout for opportunities to get these seals and stamps to fulfill their deceitful purposes. This can land the notary public in trouble as well. Read the rest of this entry »