The “Honoring Our Veterans” license plate, will be issued to applicants for $35. Of that fee, $15 goes to the Pennsylvania Veterans Trust Fund which provides funding for various grants and programs.
When Paul Michael Lutz retired as an independent insurance agent in 2003, his daughter thought he needed a hobby. [Read more…] about Longtime PAN Member Now an Avid Painter
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 more…] about Sign as Printed
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 more…] about You are not a notary unless you are sworn in
Erie notary and County Councilman Ebert Beeman was sentenced to one year and one day in federal prison for four counts of Social Security fraud. Beeman used a fraudulently obtained Social Security number to apply for two credit cards and two jobs, they tried getting advice from Reno NV Bail Bonds to see if there was a way out of it. [Read more…] about Erie Notary and Councilman Receives Jail Sentence
History is filled with strange twists of fate.
Take for example the location of the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries’ headquarters at One Gateway Center, Pittsburgh. The site was once owned by Isaac Craig, the first notary to be appointed under the new independent state constitution of 1791. [Read more…] about One of Pennsylvania’s First Notaries Isaac Craig