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As the real estate industry prepares for an anticipated increase in market activity, notaries are preparing for a higher volume of notary assignments. To ensure they’re ready for market shifts, notaries should follow these dos and don’ts to complete successful signing appointments.

As a notary, you're more than a signature witness; you're an official of the court, impartially validating legal document signings. Dive into mastering your rating and role as a notary with this detailed guide on dos and don’ts for notary assignments.

The Do's of Notary Assignments

1. Master your Documents

Before any assignment, familiarizing yourself with the documents you'll notarize is paramount. The first 'do' is to understand each document's purpose, content, and prerequisites.

Ensure all documents are completed before your stamp hits the paper. Incomplete documents can invalidate the entire notarization process. Verify that all necessary parties have signed, all required notarial acts are notarized, and any critical fields are filled in correctly.

2. Punctuality and Communication

Signers depend on you to be punctual on their signing day. Managing your time effectively and showing up when promised ensures a positive experience for everyone involved.

Confirm appointments and be clear about expectations and processes. You’ll want to confirm the appointment with the signer right away to maintain an excellent rating with your signing service. Verifying times and materials through calls or emails can save both you and the signers valuable time and prevent frustration.

3. Flexibility with Delays

Expect the unexpected. Build in a buffer for unexpected delays. Traffic and last-minute document changes are all part of the job, so prepare for it and strive to be resilient. Adapting to the unexpected is a valuable skill.

4. Stay Educated

Lifelong learners excel and it’s important to stay up to date with any changes in your state’s notary laws. We’d recommend attending renewal and continuing education classes to stay current with changes that affect your notary duties so you can continue to refine your notarization techniques. Each assignment offers a chance to practice your craft, so try to take advantage and refine your habits during each signing to ensure consistent quality service.

This can be a great way to stay sharp in slower market times when there are fewer signing appointments available.

The Don'ts of Notary Assignments

1. Don’t Skip the Notary Journal

Neglecting your notary journal is a shortcut that leads to long-term risk. Journals provide a historic log of your notarial acts, just in case that history needs to be dissected for legal purposes.

Detail-oriented entries with the date, time, signers’ names, document types, and unique IDs should all be documented, every time. You won’t regret recording more information; you may regret not recording enough.

2. Don’t give legal advice

Notaries should not answer questions about loan documents because it can be seen as giving legal advice, which is not within their scope of practice. This includes explaining terms or clauses in the document, such as fees, interest rates, or penalties.

As a notary, you are acting as a neutral third-party witness to the signing of documents. Your role is solely to ensure that all parties involved are properly identified and that the document's clauses are understood and agreed upon.

Resist the temptation to offer legal advice or explanations about the contents of the documents. Even if you think a signer might benefit from a deeper explanation, it could lead to overreach and potential legal issues.

For example, if a signer asks what a fee covers, you should remind them that you are there to notarize their documents and direct them to discuss any outstanding questions with their real estate professional.

Another common question that notaries may encounter is whether a document is legal or valid. It is important to remember that notaries are not trained or authorized to make these judgments. If a signer has concerns about the legality of their document, they should seek guidance from an attorney.

It can be challenging to know where to draw the line when it comes to offering information and sticking to your role as a notary. The key is always to prioritize staying within your designated responsibilities and refer any legal questions back to the appropriate professionals.

One way to avoid confusion or misunderstandings is to clearly explain your role and limitations at the beginning of each signing. This can help set expectations for both you and the signer, ensuring a smooth and professional process.

3. Outdated Practices

Becoming out of touch with the current notarial rules and technologies can be a disservice to your clients and yourself. Modern notaries utilize technological tools for timesaving, enhanced accuracy, and convenience.

Whether it’s digital notarizations, encrypted documents, or email scanning services; the technology world has embraced notarial duties. Staying on top of these trends and tools can help you maintain a competitive edge in the industry.

Notary services are continually evolving services in high demand.  In a constantly changing market, looking into additional services and specializations can help you expand your offerings and reach new clients.

4. Don’t Let Your Credentials Expire

Not getting your credentials on time or missing expiration dates can have legal and professional consequences. For signing services like Jot, your profile may become inactive if your credentials are not up to date and you will be ineligible for new signing offers.

We recommend setting a calendar reminder for when you need to reapply or renew your notary commission license, errors and omissions insurance, and notary signing agent exam.

Keep a notarized copy of your credentials accessible. In case a client questions your status, having this on hand will reinforce their confidence in your service.

By being disciplined, vigilant, and continually educated, you can solidify your reputation as a professional in demand. By avoiding shortcuts, legal overreach, and complacency, you will protect your notarial commission and the integrity of the notarial process. Remember, as a notary, your signature is your bond—make it count.

Learn more about getting started as a Jot Notary.

Are you looking to stand out as a notary signing agent and build a stellar reputation? Scoring that ever-coveted 5-star signing is what every successful notary aims for. As a notary signing agent, having the right attitude, preparation, and knowledge of how to handle every step of the process accurately can make all the difference in delivering an exceptional signing experience. Here are our top five tips for scoring that five-star signing so you can take your success as a notary signing agent to the next level!

1. Be prepared

Being well-prepared is crucial. Make sure to have a full tank of gas and all the necessary materials for signings, such as professional seals, notary stamps, journals, pens, business cards, and a high-quality printer and scanner. These tools will enable you to print and scan documents on the go, ensuring you're fully equipped to handle scanback requests.

While having the right materials is part of being prepared, it is equally important to dress for success! Show up in attire that is suitable for the occasion to leave a positive and professional impression on your signers.

2. Be diligent

Do your best to double-check your work in order to avoid any errors. Mistakes such as missed signatures, missing pages, or a missed stamp could result in a less-than-stellar rating. 

Be sure to review the documents thoroughly and make sure that all documents are filled out correctly with accurate information. It’s also important to take your time while signing so that there aren’t any rushed signatures!

3. Complete your notary signing agent tasks on time

The Jot™ platform will provide you with all the expected deadlines for tasks. You’ll want to check your signings and make sure each step is completed on or before the deadline.

For example, you’ll want to return your scanbacks within four hours of the appointment start time. Timeliness will help to keep each transaction on track and will help you reach your ideal 5-star rating! 

4. Stay positive

Maintaining a positive attitude can truly make a difference. As professionals who often work independently, having a positive mindset can help navigate the challenges that come with being on the go.

You will likely encounter individuals from diverse backgrounds and lifestyles. Regardless of any differences, your goal is to create an environment where your signers feel at ease throughout their interaction with you.

 A positive attitude not only elevates one's own well-being but also creates a ripple effect, positively impacting those around you. It allows you to approach each signing appointment with enthusiasm, provide excellent customer service, and build strong client relationships. 

5. Communicate proactively

Clear and concise communication skills enable a notary signing agent to establish trust and understanding with signers, ensuring that the loan signing process proceeds smoothly and efficiently. Whether it's maintaining proactive communication with escrow officers or signers, a skilled loan signing agent knows that effective communication is a crucial element of their profession.

The Jot™ platform provides a seamless solution for managing signing statuses by allowing you to effortlessly track and mark off each task. Once the appointment is confirmed, ensure that you mark off each step in Jot to indicate the readiness of all parties involved.

By following these five tips for scoring 5-star signings, you can elevate your reputation as a notary signing agent and excel in your field. Having the right attitude, preparation, and attention to detail will ensure that you deliver an exceptional signing experience, setting you apart from the rest. Don't settle for anything less than excellence in your journey toward building a stellar notary career!

Learn more about what goes into ratings at Jot here.

As a notary signing agent, ensuring that you provide high-touch service is crucial for both your clients and your reputation within the industry. However, even the most experienced notary signing agents can make mistakes from time to time. In this blog post, we'll share valuable tips on how to avoid some of the most common notary signing agent errors, to help ensure your signings run smoothly and professionally.

Common signing errors

With many rules to follow, it's no wonder that mistakes can happen from time to time. While these common notary errors might seem small, they can cause inconveniences for all parties involved in the transaction. So whether you're an experienced notary professional or just starting your journey, it's smart to stay on top of these potential errors and learn how to avoid them.

One frequent mistake is neglecting to verify the signer's identity thoroughly, leading to potential fraud or misrepresentation. Another potential error is failing to maintain an organized and accurate notary journal, which can create difficulties in tracking and validating past transactions. 

Additionally, some notaries might need to pay more attention to essential details in the document, such as missing signatures or incomplete fields, which can nullify the document's legality. 

Misunderstanding state-specific notary signing agent laws or improperly affixing the notary seal are other common oversights that may result in severe consequences. It is crucial for the notary signing agent to be diligent and well-informed to avoid these pitfalls and ensure the integrity of the documents they handle.

What happens if a notary makes a mistake?

If a notary makes a mistake, it may make the document invalid, causing delays or even legal disputes. In some cases, the notary may be held liable for any damages arising from their negligence. Therefore, it is of utmost importance for a notary signing agent to exercise diligence and double-check their work to avoid any potential errors that may jeopardize the integrity of the documents they are entrusted with.

Avoiding notary signing agent mistakes

By following ten easy and practical tips, notaries can significantly reduce errors and provide highly professional, accurate services during signing appointments. 

10 tips for a smooth signing

  1. Thorough preparation: Review the documents and requirements ahead of time to ensure you have a clear understanding of what is needed for each signing appointment.

  2. Verify identification: Always double-check the signer's identification, making sure it is valid and matches the name on the documents being signed.

  3. Use checklists: Create a checklist for each type of notarization you perform, and refer to it during the signing appointment to ensure you don't miss any steps.

  4. Take your time: Don't rush through the process. Take your time to read through each document and ensure all necessary fields are filled out correctly.

  5. Stay organized: Keep all documents and materials in a neat, orderly fashion to avoid misplacing or overlooking essential items.

  6. Know your state's laws: Stay up-to-date with your state's notary laws and regulations to ensure you're compliant with all requirements.

  7. Ask questions: If you need clarification on something, feel free to ask the signer or seek guidance from a reputable source, such as your notary association or mentor.

  8. Maintain proper records: Keep a detailed and accurate notary journal for every notarial act performed, including the date, time, type of notarization, and other required information.

  9. Stay within your scope: Only perform notarial acts that you're authorized and qualified to do. If you're unsure if you can perform a specific notarization, consult your state's guidelines or seek legal advice.

  10. Continuing education: Regularly participate in notary training courses and workshops to stay current on best practices and industry updates.

By adopting such practices, notaries can instill trust, confidence and build their reputation as distinguished and reliable professionals in the industry. 

Jot helps notaries complete successful signings by giving them the platform they need to grow their earnings and deliver high-touch service with ease. As part of Jot's commitment to keeping notaries up-to-date, we offer quarterly webinars featuring industry insights. Learn more about the benefits of working with Jot.

Recent fluctuations in the real estate market can make it harder for loan signing agents to secure signings. However, it’s important to focus on the upkeep of your skills even in an ever-changing market. 

In order to be successful in the notary business, you need to understand how the market has been impacted and what today’s signers are looking for. Keeping up with industry best practices and trends, having the right tools and equipment, learning various transaction types, and becoming familiar with the notary community are some of the key steps you can take to be a successful loan signing agent in today’s market.

Stay up-to-date on industry changes

The loan industry is constantly changing, so it’s important that you stay informed on all the latest updates. This way, you can be sure that you’re always providing your clients with the most accurate information possible. There are plenty of ways to stay informed including tutorials, and following relevant blogs and social media accounts.

Furthermore, state laws can change from time to time. Visit reputable notary sites, and subscribe to industry publications to stay on top of updated notarization guidelines.

During periods of slow business or when you have time, you can even take some refresher notary training to keep your skills sharp. 

Explore professional development opportunities

If you want to be the best of the best in any industry, you should become a lifelong learner of your trade. The notary industry is no exception, and luckily, there are many free resources available for loan signing agents. 

The National Notary Association (NNA) offers notary-specific training courses, handbooks, and on-demand workshops for loan signing agents looking to continue their professional development journey.

Jot will also be offering webinars and hosting a quarterly speaker series to help those in the Jot notary community connect with one another and stay abreast of the latest industry trends. To learn more about joining the Jot network, visit

Join a notary community

Look for opportunities to be involved in the notary community. Although the job of a notary has historically been an independent one, there are events and networking groups that exist to connect loan signing agents and empower them to learn about the latest industry changes and regulations, while providing tips and advice from more experienced loan signing agents.

Invest in the right loan signing agent supplies

Having the right technology can make or break your business. You’ll want to have items like a professional seal, notary stamps, journals, pens, business cards, and a quality printer and scanner so you can print and scan documents on the go, so you’re prepared for scan-back requests.

Become familiar with various transaction types

One way to stand out from other loan signing agents in your area is to offer additional services beyond just document review and signings. For example, you could offer mobile notary services or even notarize virtual signings, if available in your state, for clients who are unable to meet in person. By offering additional services, you’ll be able to attract more clients and grow your business even further.

Consider remote online notarization

Remote online notarization (RON), if allowed by your state, is another certification you can obtain to keep your skills up to date. Many signers will opt for a remote notarization, if able. By obtaining the license to notarize remotely, you open yourself to a wider array of potential clients. 

Be sure to check with your state to see if you’re eligible for RON, as each state has its own rules and requirements.

Stay positive

Despite the market condition, it’s imperative to stay positive. While you can’t control the real estate landscape, you can control the way you respond. Loan signing agents that provide quality services, including being punctual, professional, and efficient, are likely to be more successful than those who don’t. It is also important to double-check all documents for errors before sending them back to the client.

Having a positive attitude and a strong work ethic will help you build trust with your signers and entice them to work with you when they need notarizations. Building a reputation as a quality notary will serve you well in any market change because you can rely on past referrals from clients.

Adapting to the market

The loan signing agent business has changed a lot in recent years, but it still offers a great opportunity for those who are willing to adapt.

Staying up to date with industry best practices and trends, having the right tools and technology for the job, learning about various transaction types, and building relationships with notaries in your community are all key components to success.

If you’re ready to join a platform specifically created to help loan signing agents succeed, joining the Jot notary network is an excellent starting place. You’ll receive access to necessary resources and training materials that will give you the knowledge and skills you need to succeed. Join today and become one step closer to unlocking an exciting career path as a loan signing agent!

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Tips and tricks to grow your notary business.

The energy was palpable as notaries from across the country gathered in Scottsdale, Arizona for the NNA’s National Notary Conference on June 4th. The event kicked off with an ice cream social and networking mixer, making way for two full days of connecting and learning from one another. 

Throughout the national notary conference, one thing was clear: notaries are focused on building their businesses in 2023. Many of the educational sessions were centered around new technological advancements and tools that will help notaries secure more signings.

During one of Monday's sessions, the Jot team took the NNA stage to discuss how notaries can succeed in today's market. Industry veterans Jaclyn Fox, Meagan Garrow, and Andy Cliff shared how technology can support notaries and how the Jot™ platform, created by notaries for notaries, can help set them up for success.

Notaries in history

Jaclyn Fox, General Manager of Jot, began with a quick glance at the history of the notary experience. “At first, loan documents were printed, and shipped out, documents were split, the recordables were taken in person to the county to be put on record and then typically loans were scheduled via phone call,” recalled Fox, who has spent 25 years working in the industry.

But throughout the years, the industry has undoubtedly changed. With smartphone scan backs, mobile applications, digital stamps, and remote closings, there is so much more efficiency and support than there once was, noted Fox.

A new notary era

Remote online notarization (RON) was a hot topic across the national notary conference, with a strong emphasis on training and becoming compliant in your state. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the industry has seen increased demand for remote notarizations. States are quickly adopting laws to accommodate the growing use of technology. At the conference, the consensus was that RON will only continue to increase in popularity over the years and notaries must be prepared for this change. 

Endpoint, a digital title and settlement company has also implemented integrated technology into closings and signings. Its mission to make home closing easy for all inspired the creation of Jot, which connects notaries with homeowners looking to sign closing documents with ease.

“We’re very passionate about your experience as users,” Fox said. “You are the ones that are meeting face-to-face with our customers, you are a representation of us. We need to be invested in you to make sure that you are trained, and communicating. You can showcase your personality and do it your way, but we want to set you up for success.” 

Embracing the notary community

Fox then handed the microphone over to Lead Project Manager Meagan Garrow, noting, “Our collective signing approach is to build a community, a community for you to reach your full potential.”

Garrow began speaking on how notaries can achieve long-lasting success and the importance of community. She encouraged the audience members to focus on their “why.” For career-long success, it's important to know what you're doing, how you're doing it, and most importantly why you're doing it, she explained

“Knowing why you do this is what makes you different, and it’s what makes you successful and helps you be in this business for the long run,” Garrow shared.

While demand for notaries can fluctuate, it will bounce back again, she noted. That’s why the NNA conference is so beneficial because it’s constant. Year after year notaries gather and are all in it together. That’s what building a notary community is all about.

Garrow left the audience with an empowering sentiment.

“Lean into who you are, hone in on your skills, and be who you are,” she encouraged the audience. “It’s about finding what works for you and owning it. Acknowledge your strengths and use them in your career as a mobile notary. It's also important to understand how to leverage technology, embrace change, and stand out in the industry.” 

Empowering notaries with technology 

To close out the session, Andy Cliff, Director of Product, shared key features of signing platforms that benefit notaries and explained how the Jot™ platform came to be.

“Jot was specifically created for notaries,” he said. “We started with a clean slate, which was beneficial because we were able to prioritize the signing agent experience.”

Cliff walked the audience through several features of the Jot™ platform, including the sign-up process, which is an easy, paperless workflow with a quick turnaround. By integrating with the NNA, Jot can confirm and authenticate notaries’ identities, and confirm their NNA background checks and certification statuses quickly to make onboarding easier. 

Another key feature he highlighted was profile management. “The goal is to make it self-service and empower you to manage preferences, maintain your account, and ensure your status is active in the system to get offers,” Cliff said.

Several features of the platform are customizable to meet the needs of individual notaries, like vacation mode, which gives users the ability to pause offers so they can step away from work and enjoy some time off.

Jot™ platform users can also choose their communication preferences for text and email notifications. 

“We’re able to give users more control over how they want to receive notifications, as well as the type of information they are receiving, Cliff noted. “We want our users to have the best experience possible and we recognize that not everyone’s preferences are the same.”

Signing offers are typically sent via text, along with key information so notaries can quickly decide whether to accept or decline a signing directly from their smartphone. 

“Ultimately, we built Jot as an intuitive platform that is mobile-optimized because we wanted to be proactive, we don’t want you to have to search, so we’re pushing notifications to you each step of the way,” Cliff said. 

A new focus on you

Cliff teased a couple of new features that Jot users can expect to see in the coming months. Jot plans to roll out automated feedback and surveys later this year so it can continue to gather valuable user feedback. 

To keep up with all the latest Jot updates and new product features, follow Jot on Facebook and Instagram at @signwithjot.

Are you a mobile notary trying to take your business to the next level? Are you tired of the same traditional fee structure for signing documents? It's time for an update! It’s true that there are only so many document signings that make up a day in the life of a mobile notary. But with just a few small adjustments, you can turn your existing notary services into an even more lucrative business. Here are five ways to earn more from your notary services.

1. Establish a Network of Industry Contacts

Remember that networking is key when it comes to increasing your income as a mobile notary. 

Networking with lawyers, real estate agents, financial advisors, title and settlement companies, and other professionals is a great way to increase visibility for yourself, and potentially generate more business from referrals or direct inquiries from those who need notary services. 

You want to be seen as a go-to notary, therefore it’s paramount that you provide good customer service. By giving your clients a positive signing experience, you’ll become a household name, which will help you get more referrals and repeat business.

Make sure that people know about the notary services that you offer by joining professional organizations related to the field of document certification and authentication services, and building an online presence through social media platforms where potential clients may be searching for someone with expertise like yours.

2. Participate in Notary Conferences & Events

Attending conferences and events related to the notary industry offers great networking opportunities with potential clients, and allows you to stay up-to-date on industry trends, which could prove helpful when marketing yourself.

The National Notary Association (NNA), for example, offers several regional and national events throughout the year. These gatherings give notaries access to workshops and sessions that will help them refine their skills and stay fresh on the latest trends. Additionally, you’ll have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with key industry leaders and decision-makers.

3. Market Yourself

You’ll want to market yourself effectively, in order to uncover new potential business opportunities. Consider joining a national network of mobile notaries, like Jot, which can provide you access to a wider range of clients with different needs and budgets across multiple locations. Expanding your reach slightly outside your area, can give you access to more potential business, while still allowing you the flexibility of working from home or on-the-go. 

Furthermore, today’s technology offers many opportunities for mobile notaries to connect with potential customers through email campaigns, social media posts, paid ads on Google or Facebook, as well as website optimization that helps people easily find you when they're searching online for a mobile notary near them.      

4. Notary Services Fees

It’s important that you stay up to speed on what current market prices are in your area and adjust accordingly. Research reasonable rates and negotiate to charge appropriate fees for each notarization that you provide. Most states have set guidelines for what constitutes a reasonable fee, so make sure you research the rules in your area before setting your rates. While each state has an established fee per notarization, loan signing fees are agreed upon per signing, and the fee will depend on the type of loan.

5. Select the Right Notary Service Partner

If you’re looking to expand your notary services income, consider joining Jot, a fast-growing mobile notary service. The Jot™ platform connects experienced notary signing agents with homeowners looking to sign closing documents with ease.

Once you sign up and are approved, you will officially be a Jot notary partner, opening yourself up to new opportunities, resources for professional growth, and a notary community that helps you build relationships and find success.

Notaries should frequently check their profile status with existing clients to ensure they are still active and have provided all the necessary updated information in order to be eligible for work. Jot does things differently, with a focus on ensuring notaries are set up for success from the get-go with the resources and support needed to accelerate your career. 

The Bigger Picture

As a mobile notary, there are several ways for you to increase your income potential. Strategies like networking with local professionals, utilizing technology, attending industry conferences, charging appropriate fees, and diversifying your client base will give you a strong foundation to maximize your earnings. By following these tips and planning properly, you can increase your income and see demand for your notary services soar.

Learn more about becoming a Jot notary.

Notary work is constantly evolving. The origins of the notary profession can be traced back to the time of scribes. But it wasn't until the late 1990s that signing services first came to market. For a long time, the standard practice to get more notary jobs was to drum up business by meeting with brokerages, title and escrow companies, and real estate agents all over town. Although these methods have been successful in the past, they tend to be time-consuming and the market has become more competitive.

The rise of technology has allowed many notaries to look outside of in-person meetings and relationships to secure new signings. With the new wave of signing services that are being created, notaries can more easily get matched with notary jobs. Read on for strategies that help you make the most of your signing services to gain more signing appointments.

Resources for Notary Jobs

For notaries who are looking to land more signing orders, consider joining a nationwide network of notary signing agents. This type of network can provide access to jobs that aren’t available elsewhere and give you the opportunity to work with top companies in the industry.

Additionally, seek out local networking opportunities such as the chamber of commerce meetings or, depending on the area you work in, you may also be able to join a local notary chapter or association. Social media sites like LinkedIn and Facebook are great places for sharing notary tips, finding work opportunities, and connecting with other professionals. 

Professional associations and organizations like the National Notary Association (NNA) provide a wide range of resources and support for mobile notaries, including continuing education classes, mentorship programs, and networking events so you’re prepared for every signing.  

Finding Signing Offer Opportunities

Because most notaries are self-employed, expanding your reach by offering services on various notary platforms is advantageous. When signing up for these services, make sure to include a professional profile with the necessary credentials and any additional skills or experience that could set you apart from other notaries.

From traditional closing services to virtual notarization, there are many ways for a notary to get more signing orders. Becoming certified in Remote Online Notarization (RON) enables notaries to provide services to clients from the comfort of their own homes or offices, expanding their reach and clientele without geographical limitations. This increased accessibility allows notaries to grow their businesses while providing added convenience for their clients. 

Being certified in RON also demonstrates a notary's commitment to staying current with the latest technological advancements, setting them apart from competitors and increasing their marketability in an ever-evolving industry.

With the right skills and signing service partner, notaries can easily capitalize on these new opportunities and successfully grow their volume of notary jobs. 

Finding a Supportive Notary Platform 

When considering which notary platforms to participate in, you’ll want to find companies that align with your values. While many notaries get signing orders from multiple sources, you’ll want to establish strong relationships in the industry by supporting the companies that support you.

Jot, for example, was created by former notaries who understand the difficulties and challenges of notary life. Jot was designed to make it simpler for notaries to get signing orders, offering a secure platform with features like weekly automated payments, real-time notifications, and a helpful notary dashboard.

Notaries are the lifeblood of Jot’s business, ensuring they are supported with the resources needed to be successful is an essential pillar of the company. With this in mind, Jot notaries have access to specialized training opportunities like quarterly speaker series and educational webinars to help build their skills and obtain more signing orders. 

Jot understands that true success comes from building relationships and loyalty with the companies you work with. That’s why providing an exceptional experience for our notaries and their signers is always top of mind for Jot. 

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