Maitland, FL (PRWEB) June 21, 2005
Huckleberry Notary Bonding, Inc., one of the largest bonding agencies in the United States providing online resources to new and renewing notaries, now offers a Signing Agent Locator feature on their Web site (http://www.notaries.com).
The locator features helps users find a notary signing agent in their area. Users can select one of the states available, as well as enter their area code, to find the closest agent to the user.
Signing agents who would like to be included on the Signing Agent Locator list can join by signing up through the Huckleberry online store.
This locator list allows a notary signing agent to earn extra money by being a "traveling notary public." By signing up to be on the list, the notary public can provide a phone number, e-mail address and days and times that he or she is available. Many individuals or businesses are looking for notaries to notarize documents during business hours, after hours and on the weekends; they can search for an agent available in their area at the time and day they need.
About Huckleberry Notary Bonding, Inc.
Since 1965, Huckleberry has provided valuable resources to new and renewing notaries by supplying notary bonds, stamps and seals, educational seminars and products, newsletters and other essentials. The company also processes notary public applications with the various state departments, in an electronic format (where available). As one of the largest bonding agencies in the United States, Huckleberry provides the best in comprehensive educational seminars, helping notaries face today's challenges with confidence.
The company also continuously offers many seminars about how to become a notary public and how to get the most out of being one. The seminars are currently offered in several Florida cities; they include the Notary Education Course and the Signing Agent Course. Registration for the seminars is available at http://www.notaries.com.
Huckleberry also offers a full compliment of notary public supplies in the online store, including E&O policies, elegant embossers and the finest stamps and seals, handbooks, journals of notary acts, marriage kits and other important items.
To become a notary public in one of the eight states currently available for online application at http://www.notaries.com (Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Texas), users can select a state and download and complete the Acrobat PDF of the application. Some states allow applications to be completed online for faster and easier service.
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