As a mobile notary, you are particularly impacted by COVID-19. You are providing what is deemed an Essential Service and in most places it's "your call" if you'd like to continue to physically meet with signers. Some notaries aren't providing services, some are only doing RONs or RIN's depending on what their state allows, and some are operating at full capacity but with many precautions. As a notary directory with thousands of members, we thought it would be interesting to ask you how you're coping. So we did...and the responses were really insightful, informative and varied. Below are some highlights. You can read them in their entirety in our latest blog post.
Question: How has Coronavirus impacted you and your mobile notary business?
"My family and I have been spending more time together. As a mobile notary, I was on the road quite a bit, so I am actually enjoying the extra time with them."
-Christa J. Centolella, Auburn, NY
“I work as a Notary Signing Agent on a part-time basis. My full time job requires me to work with the elderly, as well as young children. When the stay-at-home order was implemented in our state (Wisconsin), I made the difficult decision to halt all signings until non-essential businesses were deemed safe to resume business."
-Jennifer Craven, Milwaukee, WI