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Where can I get a document notarized?

Asked by Marchofthefox (787points) February 7th, 2011

Hi, my friend’s Father is going to sign me up for school tomorrow and I wanted to know where can my Mother get the letter of permission notarized? I’ve heard of the Bank but there is no Bank of the West in Crescent city. Do they notarize at the library or the post office? How much would it cost? My Mother said her limit is about fifty dollars.

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FutureMemory's avatar

Google “notary public” + your city name, or look in the phone book.

incendiary_dan's avatar

Most Post Offices seem to offer notary services.

WestRiverrat's avatar

There are notory publics in most towns, it is not too hard to get the position in most states. Most banks, insurance agents or real estate agencies have at least one notary public.

The fees they charge are usually regulated by the state and are not too expensive.

gailcalled's avatar

Check your yellow pages. In addition to the suggestions mentioned above, many law offices have an in-house notary public

bkcunningham's avatar

The UPS Store. It isn’t expensive.

chyna's avatar

I just went to my bank this morning and got a document notorized for free. She even faxed it for me.

lynfromnm's avatar

I’m a notary at a law office and frequently notarize documents – always free of charge. Remember you must sign the document in the notary’s presence and provide identification.

I know the Department of Motor Vehicles offices in my state also offer notary services for a small fee – around $5.

WestRiverrat's avatar

If all else fails ask in the office at the school. One of the secretaries is probably a notary public.

JLeslie's avatar

Law offices. Some real estate offices.

taytaysafreak's avatar

Banks. And Amscot notarized a document for me before.

AshlynM's avatar

Most banks offer this service free for their customers. Law offices, insurance agencies, post offices, libraries, some real estate offices, court house, possibly some drug stores. You have many options.

lynfromnm's avatar

Don’t know where you live, but I notarize documents all the time, for no charge. Can you bring it to my office in Albuquerque?

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