If you are unsure how to perform any notarial act or have questions about the notarization processes involved in a loan signing appointment, Loan Signing System recommends consulting your Secretary of State or designated notary public training for more information.
This is because Loan Signing System’s training does not offer instruction on general notary work, any state-required notary training, or preparatory education for state notary exams.
Instead, Loan Signing System provides students with hands-on training to deepen their understanding of the loan signing industry and make $75-$200 per appointment as a notary loan signing agent — then, most importantly, how to use that knowledge to effectively market the notary loan signing agent skill set and build a lucrative business.
As part of Loan Signing System’s course, you also have access to a network of notaries in States across the United States. It is recommended to also ask those in that network because they can frequently point you in the right direction. However, always verify the information with your local state laws and best practices. As a notary public, it is your responsibility to follow your state and local laws and best practices!