Notary Stamp - American Assoc. of Notaries
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Since 1994, over three million professional notaries nationwide have ordered high-quality notary stamps, notary seals, and notary supplies from the American Association of Notaries. All of our notary stamps and notary supplies are made in-house, comply with your state's notary legal requirements, and come with a lifetime replacement warranty and a 30-day money back guarantee - No question asked!

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Notary Stamps

Our notary stamps conform to your state's notary law requirements and are manufactured in-house using only the highest-quality materials.

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Notary Seals

All of our notary seal embossers are laser engraved and require minimal effort to produce sharp raised notary seal impressions.

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Notary Supplies

The AAN is one of the nation's top providers of quality notary supplies. We offer a lifetime warranty on all of our notary supplies.

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Notary Books

Our notary journals are easy to use and conform to your state's notary laws. Every notary supplies order includes a free e-notary guide.

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Informational Notary Articles


Notary’s Best Practices in Record Keeping

Keeping a consistent notary record book is the single best thing a notary can do to protect himself against allegations of misconduct. A good notary journal will include the date and time of the notarization, the type of notarial act, the name, address, signature and type of identification of the signer, and any other important notes. Even in states where a notary record book isn't required, its use is universally recommended.

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Notarizing Absentee (or Vote-by-Mail) Ballots

An absentee or vote-by-mail ballot is a ballot cast in a United States election by mail, rather than at an official polling station. There are various reasons why a voter may choose to vote by mail rather than in person. Some states require that the voter have a good reason for requesting an absentee ballot, such as being stationed overseas in the military, or being homebound due to a disability. Other states allow any voter to use an absentee ballot. Each state also has different requirements on whether such a ballot requires notarization

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How to Order a Notary Stamp?

  1. What is the process to order a notary stamp?
    Each state has its own requirements regarding the information, notary size and ink color that need to be included on the notary stamp. Before ordering a notary stamp, please follow the steps below:
    • Make sure you have received your notary commission certificate and taken the oath of office as required by your state notary laws.
    • Get acquainted with your state's law regarding notary stamp requirements. Find out what information is required on the notary stamp, what ink color is allowed, what the dimensions of the notary stamp are, and if you can order more than one notary stamp.
    • When ordering a notary stamp, make sure your notary name, commission expiration date and other information required on the notary stamp match the information on your notary commission certificate.
    • When you receive your notary stamp order, compare the information printed on your notary commission certificate with the information on the notary stamp. Contact the notary stamp vendor if you notice any discrepancies. Click here to order a notary stamp.
  2. How much does it cost to order a notary stamp?
    Notary stamps are inexpensive. You can order a notary stamp on our website or any other notary stamp supplier website for $19.95 and up. Since notary stamp law changes all the time, it is recommended that you order a notary stamp from a reputable notary stamp vendor who specializes in manufacturing notary stamps and has a life-time replacement guarantee. Click here to order a notary stamp.
  3. What ink color should I choose when ordering a notary stamp?
    First, verify if your state law has any restrictions on the type of color that you can have on a notary stamp. If your state is silent on this issue, we recommend using a dark color ink that can be easily shown on a copied document. Second, if allowed in your state, we also recommend ordering a notary stamp with blue ink color to differentiate between original and nonoriginal documents. Click here to order a notary stamp.
  4. Do I need a notary stamp?
    Almost all states require that notaries place an impression of their notary stamp near their signature on the notarial certificate that they completed. A notary stamp is one of the most important tools that a notary public uses in the performance of his or her notarial duties. The official notary stamp of a notary on a document is a recognized mark indicating that:
    • The notary is an officer of his or her state.
    • The notary has been duly qualified to provide the services rendered.
    • The identity and competency of the signer have been verified. Click here to order a notary stamp.
  5. Tips on using your notary stamp:
    • Make a few practice impressions when you receive your notary stamp.
    • Make sure all the elements required by law on the notary stamp are clearly showing on the document. Missing information may void the document.
    • Do not obscure any text on the document with the notary stamp impression.
    • Do not expose your notary stamp to heat. Do not leave it in your car or under a light. Heat causes the ink to dry. Click here to order a notary stamp.

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