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Re: Patriot Act
Posted by Luckydog of FL on 4/5/21 3:02pm Msg #631009
For myself, I have a couple of name stamps...one is my name, another my name and Notary Public behind it, and another that just says notary public.
Since I have the stamp, I always use my name stamp under my signature. The signature line generally says"notary public" so I don't stamp that behind it.

When it asks for a name and title (Pat. Act), I use the stamp that has my name and title...of course, I always sign them as well as a given. It's been working well for years, and looks professional, and save a ton of time.
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 Patriot Act - Iris Gravenius on 4/5/21 2:56pm
 Re: Patriot Act - Luckydog on 4/5/21 3:02pm
 I only ever use "Notary Public" when a designation is -  MW/VA on 4/5/21 3:17pm
 I always used "Signing Agent" on those forms - Linda_H/FL on 4/5/21 3:48pm
 Re: Patriot Act -  JanetK_CA on 4/5/21 5:39pm
 Re: Patriot Act - VT_Syrup on 4/5/21 5:52pm
 Re: Patriot Act -- agree with Janet and VT n/m -  Yoli/CA on 4/6/21 10:15am



 
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