A new law goes into effect on January 1 for all Texas notaries.  Any notary stamp/seal with a commission expiration date beginning January 1, 2020 going forward is required to have an ID number issued by the Secretary of State.  Those whose expiration dates are prior to January 1, 2020 are considered “grandfathered” in.  But it is recommended that all notaries purchase a new notary stamp/seal with their ID number on it.  Huckleberry Notary offers notary stamps/seals in seven color choices.  The color choice refers to the casing color of the stamp/seal.  The ink is always black,  Our notary stamps exceed all state requirements and are guaranteed for the notary’s full or remaining notary term.   To order yours today, call 888-668-2790 now.

19Nov 2015

Have you ever considered being a Notary Public?  If so, you’ve come to the right place.  Being a Notary is an important position in todays society.  With the increase in identity theft, a Notary’s role in todays commerce driven society see’s to it that documents in the legal, financial, business, medical, health care and real […]

19Nov 2015

A new law goes into effect on January 1 for all Texas notaries.  Any notary stamp/seal with a commission expiration date beginning January 1, 2020 going forward is required to have an ID number issued by the Secretary of State.  Those whose expiration dates are prior to January 1, 2020 are considered “grandfathered” in.  But […]