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“Why do I need E&O Liability Insurance?  Aaron Notary Appointment Services Inc., as part of our continuing efforts to  provide you with the best information and service. We present you the best  example of why is important to have Errors & Omissions Insurance Coverage: A friend of Marie (Notary Public) by the name Susan and Susan’s father Roy came to  Marie’s office to get some papers notarized. Marie personally knew both Susan and Roy  and notarized a number of documents for them. Later that day, Susan returned with  another document they had forgotten. The document was signed by Roy and needed to  be notarized. Susan explained that Roy could not leave work and asked Marie to  notarize the signature even though Roy was not present.   Marie did so. Should Marie have notarized Roy’s signature? NO!  Now, for the rest of the story . . .  The document was a deed transferring ownership of Roy’s home to Susan. Roy did not  sign the document — Susan forged his signature. Using the deed as security, Susan  obtained a loan for $27,900. Susan never made any payments, and the bank began  foreclosure proceedings on the property. Roy filed a lawsuit against the bank for relying upon a fraudulent deed.  The bank filed a  lawsuit against Marie for her illegal notarization. The bank lost their claim to the property  and Roy got his property back.  But, the Court awarded the bank a judgment against  Marie for $27,900. Additionally, Marie’s bonding company paid out the entire amount of her bond ($7,500)  to the bank, which she was required to repay. By doing a favor for a friend, the notary  was held liable for her improper notarization and had to pay back almost $30,000!  Be Careful — It could happen to you!
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AARON NOTARY  APPOINTMENT SERVICES, INC.
(305) 654-8887 or (800) 350-5161
P.O. Box 69-3002 MIAMI FL 33269      
(305) 903-2388
“THE PROFESSIONAL FLORIDA NOTARY PUBLIC APPOINTMENT COMPANY” © 2014 All Rights Reserved  Aaron Notary Appointment Services, Inc.  P. O. Box 69-3002 MIAMI, FL 33269-3002 PH. (305) 654-8887 or (800) 350-5161 | FAX. (305) 493-3339 | Refund/Cancelation Policy
“Why do I need E&O Liability Insurance?  Aaron Notary Appointment Services Inc., as part of our continuing  efforts to provide you with the best information and service. We  present you the best example of why is important to have Errors &  Omissions Insurance Coverage:  A friend of Marie (Notary Public) by the name Susan and Susan’s father Roy  came to Marie’s office to get some papers notarized. Marie personally knew  both Susan and Roy and notarized a number of documents for them. Later  that day, Susan returned with another document they had forgotten. The  document was signed by Roy and needed to be notarized. Susan explained  that Roy could not leave work and asked Marie to notarize the signature even  though Roy was not present.   Marie did so. Should Marie have notarized Roy’s signature? NO!  Now, for the rest of the story . . .  The document was a deed transferring ownership of Roy’s home to Susan.  Roy did not sign the document — Susan forged his signature. Using the deed  as security, Susan obtained a loan for $27,900. Susan never made any  payments, and the bank began foreclosure proceedings on the property.  Roy filed a lawsuit against the bank for relying upon a fraudulent deed.  The  bank filed a lawsuit against Marie for her illegal notarization. The bank lost  their claim to the property and Roy got his property back.  But, the Court  awarded the bank a judgment against Marie for $27,900.   Additionally, Marie’s bonding company paid out the entire amount of her bond  ($7,500) to the bank, which she was required to repay. By doing a favor for a  friend, the notary was held liable for her improper notarization and had to pay  back almost $30,000!  Be Careful — It could happen to you!
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