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Shavonda Walker

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(984) 223-9591

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A Bit About Me

I'm a commissioned (certified, licensed, and insured) Notary Public and Loan Signing  Agent, in the state of North Carolina, with over 20 years of customer service experience. In addition to being a member of the National Notary Association, I have completed the Notary2Pro program, trained with Notary Stars and Notary2Notary, completed Notary Quick-Start Training with the National Notary Association (NNA), passed a background check with (NNA), and have completed the Electronic Notary class.

Credentials

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Background Check

Notary Signing Agent Certification Exam

Notary 2 Notary Loan Signing Training

Notary 2 Notary Signing Agent Training

Notary Quick-Start Training with the National

Notary Association (NNA)

Notary 2 Notary E-Notary Program

Notary 2 Pro Certified

FAQ

 

What is a Loan Signing Agent?


A Loan Signing Agent is a state-commissioned Notary who is a trusted professional specially trained to handle and notarize loan documents. The Signing Agent is hired as an independent contractor to ensure that real estate loan documents are executed by the borrower, notarized, and returned for processing on time. Completing this critical part of the loan process enables the loan to be funded. A Notary Signing Agent must have a mutual obligation to all parties to remain objective, neutral to any position, provide awareness of document contents by the affiant, and make a reasonable effort to prevent fraud and protect affiants from coercion.




What is a Notary Public?


Notary publics are appointed by the State Government, e.g., Secretary of State, Governor, or Lieutenant Governor. In some cases, they may also be appointed by the State Legislature. A notary's job is to witness the signing process of different legal documents and confirm the identity of the person signing the document. A notary public cannot offer legal advice or prepare legal documents, with a few exceptions, such as Puerto Rico and Louisiana. Offices that deal with documents that need notarization such as, law offices, auto dealerships, lenders, insurance brokers, and health care providers, often employ a notary public. However, it is not feasible for individuals to employ a notary public, and this is where a mobile notary service comes into play.




What is Notarization?


Notarization is the process whereby a Notary certifies a document. Usually this is done by attaching a notarial certificate to the document. The notarial certificate contains statements of fact or law in relation to the document being certified.




Do I need an appointment?


Yes. Since we provide service all over North Carolina, all appointments must be booked and confirmed before the desired appointment time.




What are the acceptable forms of ID that I can use?


Acceptable forms of ID include the following photo IDs if valid and unexpired: – U.S. State Issued Driver’s License
– U.S. State Issued Photo ID
– U.S. Passport Book
– U.S. Passport Card
– Certificate of US citizenship
– Certificate of Naturalization
– Foreign Passport
– Alien Registration Card with Photo
– Military ID This is not a comprehensive list. If you are unsure whether your ID will be accepted, just send us email: shavonda@gotomobilenotary.com and we’ll let you know!




What types of documents do you notarize?


We notarize just about every document which needs to be notarized in the paper world.




What if I have additional signers?


If your document must be signed by more than one person, you have a two options: 1. You and your secondary signer must be co-located (in the same physical location), with the notary together, and your documents notarized. 2. If your document requires two or more signers and they’re not co-located (in the same physical location), all signers must complete separate transactions. Each signer would request an appointment. When complete, you will have separately notarized documents that you may then submit to your recipient agency or institution.




How can Go-To Mobile Notary help you?


All individuals need a notary public at some point in time because it is mandatory for many transactions and legal documents to be notarized in North Carolina. Finding a reputable notary public can be time-consuming, especially when you need one with short notice. If you don’t already have a notary public on your staff, or if it's a holiday, weekend, after-hours, or any other time you need documents notarized, then a mobile notary service is for you. Go-To Mobile Notary will travel to your location at your convenience.




Having difficulty finding a "Notary Near Me"?


Go-To Mobile Notary can be wherever you are. Whether it's right down the street or on the other side of the state, give us a call anytime, and we'll take care of all your notary needs.




What is an Acknowledgement?


Formal declarion before a public official that one has signed a document prior to recording real estate documents, such as security instruments and deeds. A Notary Public acknowledges the persons signature on the document and verifies the identity of the signer(s). Most documents that require notariziation contain the acknowledgement on the document itself, however there are times when it ill be necessary for the notary to attach a separate acknowledgement to a document.




What is a Medical Power of Attorney?


A medical power of attorney is one of health care directive -- that is, a document that sets out your wishes for health care if you are ever too ill or injured to speak for yourself.




What payment methods do you accept?


Cash
Checks
Debit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, JCB, or UnionPay)
Credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, JCB, or UnionPay)
Mobile payments (Cash App, PayPal, Zelle, Venmo)





Rules & Regulations

We are commissioned by the State of North Carolina, and we pay close attention to the laws and rules of North Carolina. Our duty is to verify the identity of the signer on a particular signing event and/or to administer oaths.

 

All signers, in the request of notarization, must have the proper identification before any document may be completed.

 

Notaries are not allowed to act as an attorney, and may not issue advice. We do not offer consultations on the documents. If we suspect any inappropriate or fraudulent behavior, the notary service will not be conducted.