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How Does a Mobile San Diego Notary Compete with a "Brick and Mortor" Business?

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How much does a notarization cost? Fees vary and is mandated by state law. California law limits the amount to $10 per signature, but a notary may charge travel or other fees. Generally, a mobile notary works for themselves and has travel, time, advertising, and printing fees. Certain brick and mortar companies offer several services besides notary services, so they can survive. But, a mobile notary does not have that option to offer other services. So, paying for convenience is definitely a positive I have over others companies.Call Now 
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  • October 17 2011 - La Jolla
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It must be tough. I will keep the smaller companies in mind moving forward. I will no longer run to my local bank for a notary the next time I need one. I will search for a smaller company and give them my buisness after reading this!

  • October 18 2011
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