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Use this page to log in for the video course , change seminar dates, change password, take the AP Loan Certification exam and edit your profile. You will need the E-Mail and password you created when you registered for a notary seminar or purchased the Notary Video Course.
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spacerarrow I just found out I passed the exam, what's next?
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Once you have found out you passed your exam the next step would be to submit your fingerprints via livescan if you haven't already done so. You may download a "request for livescan service form"from the Secretary of State's website and take that with you to the livescan vendor of your choice (most police and/or sheriff's stations will offer this service).

However, if you have already done your livescan there is nothing else that needs to be done on your part at this point. You should receive your commission package from the Secretary of State in the mail within 8-10 weeks after you received your pass notification from CPS.

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spacerarrow I just received my commission in the mail, what do I do now?
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Upon receiving your commission package in the mail there are a few steps that need to be made. Your commission package will include a cover letter with an explanation these steps, all of which need to be done within your 30 day deadline (stated on the letter). You must first purchase a bond of at least $15,000, once you have obtained your bond you will need to file your oath and bond with your county clerk's office. This fee may vary depending on the county, usually $30-$80.

Before you can begin notarizing you will need to purchase your notary seal (stamp).

If you pre-purchased your seal at your class you received an envelope addressed to NotaryClasses.com containing a blank address card per seal purchased (2 max). Please make sure to fill out the address card according to where you want your seal mailed to. Along with this please send your ORIGINAL "Certificate of Authorization to Manufacture Notary Public Seals" in the envelope received. Once your request has been received it will take about 7-10 business days for it to arrive in the mail. Please note that the seal is NOT needed to be able to file your oath and bond with the county clerk.

If you did not previously purchase your seal and wish to do so at the time of receiving your commission you can purchase it on our website under the "supplies" tab. Once purchased please print your receipt and mail it with the ORIGINAL "Certificate of Authorization to Manufacture Notary Public Seals" to 165 W. Hospitality Ln. Ste 10., San Bernardino, CA 92408. Once your request has been received it will take about 7-10 business days for it to arrive in the mail. Please note that the seal is NOT needed to be able to file your oath and bond with the county clerk.

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spacerarrow How do I redeem my seals??
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If you pre-purchased your seal at your class you received an envelope addressed to NotaryClasses.com containing a blank address card per seal purchased (2 max). Please make sure to fill out the address card according to where you want your seal mailed to. Along with this please send your ORIGINAL "Certificate of Authorization to Manufacture Notary Public Seals" in the envelope received. Once your request has been received it will take about 7-10 business days for it to arrive in the mail. Please note that the seal is NOT needed to be able to file your oath and bond with the county clerk.

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spacerarrow What is a Certified Loan Signer?
spacer A Certified Loan Signer is a Notary Public who has passed an additional examination pertaining to loan signing documents, loan signing protocol and notary law. The exam consists of 50 multiple choice questions and is given on-line and is open book. Log in above to take your loan signing exam today!
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spacerarrow Why should I become a Certified Loan Signer?
spacer Notaries Public may provide all notary services without taking an extra step to become a certified notary. However, if you wish to use your notary public commission to begin a mobile notary service, especially a loan signing service, becoming certified will provide obvious & significant marketing advantages over non-certified notaries public. Our certification program will cover many issues specific to the loan signing and mobile notary industry that will be impossible to cover during our notary seminar. For an idea of all that we cover during our 1-day class, look at the table of contents of our study guide.
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