how to fix brokern notary embosser?

Related Answers

Explore the latest questions and answers related to "how to fix brokern notary embosser?"

Answered: Flex holes fix

flex holes give you choices about where to put it

Answered: What qualifications do you need to become a notary public?

The requirements for becoming a notary are widely varied from state to state. Some states require that the individual attend a one-day seminar, which explains what is required of a notary, how to verify signors’ identities, what types of formats are required, and the legalities involved in being a ...

Answered: When i try to open a file it reads (SOMETHING WENT WRONG AND WORD WAS

Either it is not a Word file, or it has been corrupted, or your Word software isn't working. You can try rebooting Windows; that might fix Word. And you can try starting Word without opening that file; that will tell you whether Word is functioning. But it may be the wrong type of file, such as a ...

Answered: MaAfee shows its at risk, Can you help fix it

It might need a virus definition update (if you don't have it done automatically), or it might need a virus scan (if you don't have them scheduled at least once a week), or it could be failing to complete a scan. You need to open McAfee and look at its status messages.
Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

More Questions

Can you have a notary public liscence in two states

Yes it you pass the residency requirement. Also is your state has a resaprocity agreement with another state.

In florida can a notary marry a relative or family member

My husband sister married us in 1975 and she is a notary

Can a notary sign a document without using a stamp?

It depends upon the jurisdiction. In NY State, this is possible if the notary signs and states their license number, the county in which they are qualified, and the license expiration date. Other states may require an official stamp or seal.

CA notary type

I'm not familiar with there being different types of notaries. I've always been told if something needs to be notarized, to go to the bank and have a notary there do it.