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Posted by  BrendaTx on 3/14/18 1:59pm

Texas notary "E.J." received her first notary commission in 2016. She is now making national headlines because of a notary error.

Sadly, Texas notary laws do NOT require training. They do NOT require testing. So, many notaries don't see it as a priority.

I have a great deal of empathy for E.J. It's tragic. She'll be pestered by the media. Her life will basically turn into a living h3ll.

The SOS in Texas has done an amazing job of providing educational materials. They have been building up their offerings of information for the last 2-3 years.

I have seen the same mistake 20+ times over the years made by notaries. When the misinformed teach the uninformed, this is the result.

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