Filling Out Your Notary Application
Remember: when filling out your notary commission application, the use of a middle name or middle initial is optional. Fill out the application with the name you will use as a notary. Please, no nicknames!
Afternoon Reappointment Seminars Scheduled for Reading and Washington
The Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (PAN) has scheduled afternoon notary reappointment seminars in August for Reading (Berks County) and Washington (Washington County) notaries.
Phishing Scam Warning
The Pennsylvania State Police issued a community awareness bulletin warning the general public of a fraudulent E-mail claiming to originate from the Pennsylvania Department of Motor Vehicles. The subject line of the E-mail indicates “Action Required – Fine for Traffic Violations.”
Service Seeks A Commissioned Notary
J. Reisner Notary is seeking a centrally located and flexible notary to partner with in the Pittsburgh area. The ideal candidate would be a notary who has flexible availability to see notary clients on-demand especially in an evening-centric environment and who is centrally located to areas […]
Joining Forces Again – Ebensburg Auto Auction and PAN
It was a fantastic turnout for the seventh annual PAN advanced motor vehicle training at the Ebensburg Auto Auction in Cambria County on May 28. Auto auction owners, Ron Davidson and Benjamin Davis, offer the training every year to show their appreciation to their loyal customers.
PennDOT Fees to Increase July 1
PennDOT motor vehicle fees will increase on July 1, 2015. Once the fees are finalized, PAN will make the information available on our Web site at www.notary.org.
Cortes Back as Acting Secretary of State
Pedro Cortés is back once again as Pennsylvania’s Acting Secretary of State.
Fee for County Use Charged in Three Counties
Vehicle registrants in three Pennsylvania counties are now seeing an additional $5 fee on their vehicle registration renewals.
Notary Tidbit of the Week
It can cost a notary $950 for failing to be sworn in, recording his or her bond and registering his or her signature as required by Pennsylvania Notary Public Law.