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PAN member Janet Campis was appointed executive officer of the Building Industry Association’s local chapter based in Kingston, Luzerne County.
She worked for Classic Design Homes, Inc. in Pocono Summit from 1993 to 2007 and owned her own company, Stony Creek Construction and Remodeling Inc. Campis holds a real estate license, is a notary and has been a general contractor for over 10 years.
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Audrey, a Pennsylvania notary received a telephone call from a loan broker she knew who asked her to notarize loan documents for a couple who wanted to refinance their loan. Read the rest of this entry »
When Paul Michael Lutz retired as an independent insurance agent in 2003, his daughter thought he needed a hobby. Read the rest of this entry »
Notary signing agents are often instructed by signing services, lenders and title companies to tell borrowers to “sign as printed.” However, the borrower’s printed name on the documents is often not the same as what the borrower typically signs. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the top reasons notaries get in trouble with the Department of State is that they did not complete the commissioning process of getting sworn in at their respective county recorder of deeds office. Subsequently, they were fined, had their commissions suspended and were ordered to take a six-hour notary education course. If they notarized documents before getting sworn into office, they were, in effect, impersonating a notary. Read the rest of this entry »
Funny stuff. Enjoy!
Thanks to Forbes.com for publishing this excellent article. Please remember, personal appearance is one of the keys to proper notarization.