Experts at making notary embossers and stamps for all 50 states, RubberStamps.com will make your notary seal custom made to your state's specifications. With the right supplies, including notary stamps and notary embossers, you can perform all your notarial duties with ease. Choose from a variety of professional products to keep you in compliance with state laws, provide security and keep accurate records of services performed.
WHAT IS A NOTARY STAMP?
A Notary Stamp is a rubber stamp that contains the Notary's information. The Notary uses this stamp on documents to certify that the Notary has witnessed the signing of the document.
DOES A NOTARY NEED A STAMP?
A Notary does not need a stamp to perform Notarial acts, but a Notary must have a stamp to certify copies of documents.A Notary's signature and official seal on a copy of a document certify that the Notary has compared the copy with the original document, and that the copy is a true and accurate copy of the original.
A self-inking notary stamp mount re-inks the rubber die into the self-contained ink pad before each impression, making it ideal for quick, repetitive stamping during those busy work days. In addition, the ExcelMark self-inking brand features a unique, reversible (two-sided) ink pad that doubles the life of the pad. Simply push it out, flip it over, reinsert and keep stamping! Each side of your ExcelMark ink pad initially lasts for thousands of impressions and is simple to re-ink and replace. A clear base on the mount allows you to easily line up those impressions.
On the other hand, the pre-inked mount offers crisp, precise impressions, long-lasting ink and silent stamping for the office. The ExcelMark stamp cartridge is pre-inked with up to 50,000 impressions before re-inking is necessary. When re-inking, slide the ink cartridge out of the unit, add a few drops of ink into the openings, and slide the ink cartridge back into the unit.
California: By law, you MUST MAIL your original "Certificate of Authorization to Obtain or Manufacture a Seal" BEFORE we can manufacture your Notary Stamp. Oregon, Arizona & Missouri: Due to State Regulations, you must e-mail or fax your "Certificate of Authorization to Obtain or Manufacture a Seal" before we can manufacture your Notary Stamp.