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Tag Archives: notary
First Interview on Career Change
My first in-person interview of Job Search 2018 took place this morning. It’s been over 16 years since I last interviewed for a job. Because this interview happened sooner than I expected, I did no research on today’s interview techniques. … Continue reading
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On Notarizing a Copy
Today, I received a call from someone who is looking to get a “notarized copy” of a government document, in this case school records. I get a request like this from time to time and it always leads to a … Continue reading
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Getting Started as a Notary Signing Agent
I get requests from time to time from various folks to tell them how to get started doing what I do. This is my response. Right now, I am NOT recommending that anyone get into the Notary Signing Agent business … Continue reading
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