How to obtain a notary bond.
Once you receive your notary commission from the Secretary of State, you will need to obtain a bond and file it with the county clerk. There is no reason to pre-purchase a bond until you receive your commission. Once you receive the commission, you will have 30 days to obtain a bond and file it with the County Clerk in your county of business. It is a very easy process and if you have any questions, just call us and we will help you.
We recommend that you purchase an errors & omissions policy when you purchase the bond. While NotaryClasses.com does not sell bonds or insurance, we have searched through the many companies who do sell them and are have put together a comparison of some to choose from. We recommend a combination of a bond and $50,000 E&O policy.
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