“We base our mobile notary agency on the belief that our customers’ documents are of the utmost importance.”
Service fees are still due payable regardless of any notary error. Only the state law notarization fee is subject to a refund if the notary made an error on a notarial act. Likewise, once a phone order has been placed, your payment is non-refundable unless canceled within a 24-hour notice. If you place a phone order or book online with our agency and call back to cancel within one hour or less from your scheduled appointment time, then there will be a surcharge fee in the amount of $100 payable to our agency. Furthermore, you expressly agree that in the event of a dispute on a charge, whether by phone, online, or physical swipe, the credit card holder agrees to pay for all our legal fees and expenses incurred in dispute resolution efforts, starting at a minimum of $750.00 USD, as well as reasonable attorney’s fees in the event that civil litigation becomes necessary, including causes of action of fraud, conversion, breach of contract, and other related allegations for any chargebacks received. Upon placing the order for service, you agree to these terms of service. If the notary arrives at the scheduled appointment and you wish to cancel the service for any reason, there will be no refunds. Instead, we will hold a credit towards any new assignment booked with our agency in the future.
We are a full service concierge service that specializes in sourcing the most qualified notary public for each transaction. All notarial acts included in the total price, not to exceed state mandated maximum fees per the Office of the Secretary of State.
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Note: A notary public is not an attorney and cannot give legal advice.