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Thursday, May 18, 2017

How To Manage Your Monkey Notary Public

Have you ever needed a notary public and could not find
one?  It isn’t a service that most people need often.

In most states, becoming a notary public is easy and not
terribly expensive. We did this for a while.

We made a little side money doing this.

We registered online through a company National Notary Association that took care of all the paperwork.  They
provided the books, stamp, bond, and insurance, all for about $180 for several years.

We ordered magnetic signs for our car and some business
cards from Vista Prints.  

We went to all the friends we know who have businesses and gave them a small stack of cards and told them we would come to their place of business to notarize documents
for their customers.

Whenever we notarized something for someone, we gave them a small stack of cards, too.

This allowed us to tell people about other
products and services we offered.  

We found that it was a great way to make a little extra money on the side.

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