It’s a well known fact that PAN customer service representatives (CSRs) are dedicated to PAN members.
It’s never too early to start celebrating Notary Public Day, Nov. 7.
Effective Sept. 25, 2009, the Pennsylvania Department of State will no longer accept new applications for the electronic notarization program.
If an individual asked you to notarize a bank account signature card, produced an out-of-state driver’s license as identification, and then took the notarized card up the street to a branch office of the bank, would you be surprised to learn that the individual was an impostor committing fraud?
Jim Damp, who brought his considerable writing talent and sense of humor to our Communications Department nearly four years ago, died suddenly on Aug. 14, 2009, at the age of 50.
Due to inactivity and an increase in spam postings, the PAN Forum will be discontinued as of Aug. 21, 2009.
We are interested in learning if you have ever dealt with a situation where a customer tried to use false identification and how you handled the matter.
We’re proud of what we do here at PAN and we want to share our enthusiasm with notaries throughout the Commonwealth. So we’re doing a bit of self-promotion through what’s known as “social media,” reaching out to notaries through our presence on Facebook and Twitter.
Marc L. Aronson, president of the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (PAN) and the United States Notary Association (USNA) has been elected to serve a two-year term on the Property Records Industry Association (PRIA) board of directors.
Effective Aug. 1, 2009, all PennDOT agents are required to submit legible photocopies of the front and back of one of their customers’ acceptable Pennsylvania identification credentials to PennDOT, along with their title and registration applications.