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This three-hour course sponsored by My San Antonio Mobile Notary, a BBB A+ Certified, veteran-owned business, is designed to educate current Texas Notaries Public, and those interested in the laws, rules, and regulations governing the Texas Notary Public.
Who should take this workshop?
Current Texas Notaries Public (as a refresher), and those interested in becoming a Texas Notary Public.
Why should you attend this workshop?
A Texas Notary Public is personally liable for negligence or fraud in the performance of the duties of the office. The Notary Public assumes personal liability for the full extent of damages caused by a breach of his or hers’ official duty. In addition to civil liability, Texas Notaries Public may be subject to criminal prosecution and the revocation or suspension of their notary public commission by the Texas Secretary of State's office.
There are currently no requirements for any type of “Formal Training” for Texas Notaries Public. However, as you will learn in this course, Texas Gov't. Code Ann. § 406.009 gives the Texas Secretary of State the authority to reject an application, or suspend or revoke the commission of any Notary Public for "good cause". "Good Cause" includes:
This means that even though there are no requirements for formal training, a Texas Notary Public is still expected to know and more importantly follow the laws and regulations governing his or her commission.
By the way, what is not mentioned above are the monetary fines that can also be imposed if any of the laws are violated. So, not only can a Texas Notary Public loose his or her commission, the individual could be looking at some pretty hefty fines depending on the severity of the violation committed (and believe me, this does happen).
Unfortunately, the excuse “I didn’t know” does not come into play. Before you start notarizing documents, it is your responsibility to learn the rules and regulations governing your Texas Notary Public commission.
Live Webinar Trainings are held on Saturday Morning:
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At My Online Notary Store you can pay for services provided by/for:
· Online Notarizations
· Texas Notary Public Training Academy Courses which include:
o Texas Notary Public Training Academy Online Courses
o Texas Notary Public Training Academy Live Webinar Courses
o Texas Notary Public Training Academy Live Classroom Courses
· And other supplies and services.
If you have a document that needs to be notarized, as a Texas Commissioned Online Notary, I can assist you online. Notarizations provided by Texas Commissioned Online Notaries are valid in all 50 states.
As a Texas Commissioned Online Notary Public, you can connect with me online to get your documents notarized. Click here to start the online notarization process. Please note our hours of operation:
· Monday - Friday 9am -6pm
· Saturday 10am - 6pm
· Sunday 12pm - 5pm
For immediate service call us at (210)343-5007 after uploading documents.
What is Online Notarization?
An online notarization is a notarial act performed by an online notary by means of two-way video and audio conference technology that meets the standards adopted by the Secretary of State for such actions including credential analysis and identity proofing.
What are the system requirements?
It is recommended that customers use Google's Chrome Browser (click here to download) on a laptop or desktop computer (Mac or PC) with a webcam that has both video and audio capabilities. Most desktops and laptops come with webcams preinstalled. To check if your device has a webcam and audio capabilities, open your Chrome browser and click here to test. It is highly recommended that have a good internet connection (Wifi or Ethernet connection to cable internet or better). We do not recommend use over 3G and 4G mobile data devices such as hotspots or smartphone tethering.
How much can online notaries charge for their services?
Online notaries may charge up to $25 for each notarization they perform in addition to regular notary charges. Online notaries are not required to charge for their services, but they are allowed to charge up to $25 plus the regular notary fees authorized by Tex. Gov’t Code §406.024.
If an online notary notarizes the signature of one person, the charge will be $31, i.e. $25 + $6 = $31;if an online notary notarizes the signatures of two persons named in the same notarial certificate, the charge will be $32, i.e. $25 + $6 +$1 = $32;if an online notary notarizes the signatures of two persons, and there are separate notarial certificates for each signing party, the charge will be $62, i.e. $25 +$6 for the first notarization and $25 +$6 for the second notarization, which totals $62.
Texas Notary Public Professional Training Academy – Mission: To teach the Texas Notary Public how to properly notarize documents and complete notarial certificates, so the Notary Public will feel confident completing notarial duties for the general public. Also, provide training in “what to do” and “what not to do” as a Texas Notary Public.
Phyllis E. Traylor
Texas Notary Public Instructor
Texas Online Notary Public
PHYLLIS E. TRAYLOR, US ARMY RETIRED, OWNER,
Texas Commissioned Online Notary Public
National Notary Association (NNA) 2018 Notary of the Year Honoree,
Phyllis has over 10 years experience as a Notary Public. As a signing agent she has performed hundreds of closings including mortgage refinancing, reverse mortgages, home equity loans, purchases and others.
She has over seven years experience in the Real Estate Industry as a Real Estate Agent/Broker and has performed hundreds of real estate transactions. She is familiar with various forms of real estate purchases, including buyer and seller packages.
Phyllis has a Masters Degree in Adult and Higher Education, and currently, teaches as an Adjunct Professor, at a local College. She is also a contributing writer for the American Association of Notaries (AAN), a Texas Notary Public Instructor, and a Certified Notary2Pro Signing Agent Instructor.