The Electronic Notary Journal of Official Acts (Enjoa) made its debut with much fanfare in 2003. Billed as a new system that would broaden the use of digital signatures in the U.S., the $550 hardware-software package allowed notaries to save a digital record of a signature, thumbprint and digital photograph of an individual requesting a notarial act. [Read more…] about Enjoa Team to Stop Software Support
PennDOT reminds motor vehicle agents and messengers that they must provide an active E-mail account to receive Driver and Vehicle Service Updates. If you are not receiving these bulletins because you’ve changed or eliminated your E-mail address, you may be in violation of your PennDOT contract. [Read more…] about Motor Vehicle Agent Reminders
Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett has filed a consumer protection lawsuit against Atlantic Bonding Co., and its owner, Marc C. Zinman, of Pompano Beach, Florida, for selling notary appointment and reappointment packages to Pennsylvania consumers and failing to deliver them. [Read more…] about Lawsuit Filed Against Atlantic Bonding Co.
“Can I act as both the notary and the witness?” is a question that many notaries ask PAN’s Customer Service Representatives.
Notarizing one’s own signature is prohibited, yet on some forms you can act as both the notary and the witness. How so? [Read more…] about Notary, Witness or Both?
If one-stop shopping was the goal, then Allegheny County has achieved what it set out to accomplish with the notary commission process. [Read more…] about Allegheny County Streamlines Notary Commission Process
When a complaint is filed against a notary, what do officials from the Department of State check first? [Read more…] about The Consequences of Failing to Keep a Register