Banks Can Notarize Your Documents for Free
- If you need to get a document notarized, a simple free solution can often be found at the nearest branch of your bank.
- Since banks handle a lot of documents that must be notarized, it's common for some bank employees to be notaries and for the bank to offer free notary services to its customers.
In this regard, where can I find a notary?
Here are some of the most common types of businesses where you can find a Notary Public:
- Law Firms or Law Offices.
- Real Estate Firms or Real Estate Offices.
- Tax Preparer or Accountant Offices.
- Photocopy Shops.
- Parcel Shipping Stores.
- Auto tag and license service centers.
Also to know, can I get something notarized at the post office?
U.S. post offices do not offer notary services as of August 2014 because the U.S. Postal Service is a federal institution and notary licenses are issued by states. However, some contract stations of the USPS, such as those on college campuses, do offer notary services. Many banks have a notary, sometimes free.
How much does UPS charge to notarize?
$15.00 $ per signature per notary service.
How much do banks charge for notary?
Standard Notary Public Fees Standard notary costs range from $0.25 to $20 and are billed on a per-signature or per-person basis depending on the state. But in certain states, such as Iowa, notaries can set their own fees. Mortgage closings are also typically more expensive than standard notarizations.