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Re: Do you notarize other documents as a courtesy for BWRs
Posted by  Yoli/CA of CA on 6/29/20 7:32am Msg #621534
Agree, Alz. One or two, okay. More than that ... pay up. Smile

Had same thing happen to me once. Had a local signing. When complete, the visiting sister asked if I could notarize something for her. Sure. Well, same as you. Numerous notarizations! <sigh> Live and learn.
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 Do you notarize other documents as a courtesy for BWRs - Alz on 6/28/20 8:41pm
 Re: Do you notarize other documents as a courtesy for BWRs -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/28/20 9:00pm
 Re: Do you notarize other documents as a courtesy for BWRs - JustANotary on 6/28/20 11:46pm
 Re: Do you notarize other documents as a courtesy for BWRs -  Yoli/CA on 6/29/20 7:32am
 I wouldn't do 9 as a professional courtesy. I'd definitely -  MW/VA on 6/29/20 7:39am
 Generally, I charge as we still have the liability n/m - Lee/AR on 6/29/20 8:55am
 Re: Do you work for free? - Clem/CA on 6/29/20 9:39am
 Notarized a marriage license last week. - Philip Johnson on 6/29/20 11:34am
 Re: Do you notarize other documents as a courtesy for BWRs -  JanetK_CA on 6/29/20 2:03pm
 Re: Do you notarize other documents as a courtesy for BWRs - pdl/cali on 6/29/20 10:35pm
 I would too - especially for that many. - Linda_H/FL on 6/30/20 9:01am



 
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