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Golfer2012
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Notary Stamps/Seal

Any suggestions where Louisiana notaries can get a stamp and seal?


LSUGUMBO
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Shreveport, LA
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re: Notary Stamps/Seal
Office Depot/Office Max. The seal is around $35-40 and the stamp (if you want a stamp with your name/commission ID) is about $20.

Bring your actual notary certificate with you, otherwise they won't take your order.

I just called around about this on Monday.


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theOG
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Member since Feb 2010
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i got mine online for cheap: Notary Super Store


Tigerpaw123
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Louisiana
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re: Notary Stamps/Seal
Rebel Rubber stamp


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Teddy Ruxpin
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Teddy Ruxpin
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I still havent done this im so lazy. I want to start notarizing all correspondence with my family.


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GaryMyMan
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Member since May 2007
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In Louisiana you don't necessarily need a stamp (a notary's signature is his stamp) but you can get it at Office Depot/max for $20 or so. I didn't spring for the embosser.

By far one of the easiest government transactions was getting my notary number. I emailed a PDF of my letter of good standing from the LASC in the morning and I had a notary number by that afternoon.


LSUGUMBO
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Shreveport, LA
Member since Sep 2005
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By far one of the easiest government transactions was getting my notary number. I emailed a PDF of my letter of good standing from the LASC in the morning and I had a notary number by that afternoon.


Wish it was that easy for non-attorneys. 44hours of class, 6 hour test, then almost 100 days of waiting for a score and Certficate to be mailed out. But by god, I can damn near practice law with my Notary!


theOG
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In Louisiana you don't necessarily need a stamp (a notary's signature is his stamp) but you can get it at Office Depot/max for $20 or so. I didn't spring for the embosser.


people like the embosser. makes them feel like they're getting their money's worth.


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Shankopotomus
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how well did the class prepare you for the test? where'd you take it?


NaturalBeam
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Just don't be that guy with the NP license plate please


theOG
Oklahoma Fan
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haha those things always crack me up.


LSUGUMBO
New Orleans Saints Fan
Shreveport, LA
Member since Sep 2005
5371 posts

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how well did the class prepare you for the test? where'd you take it?


Very well. As a landman, I was familiar with about 50% of the material, but the 50% that I didn't know, I had a very good working knowledge of it at the end. I took the class at LSUS with Robin Jones. She's been teaching that class for 15+ years, and has prepared a 200 page study guide that she give you before the first class that hits all the high notes of the 500+ page State Study Guide. It was well worth the $349 it cost to take it.

Prepare to spend $1,000 if you want to take the test: $350 for the class, $300 for the books, $200 for the state fees, and about another $100 for misc filing fees. It's a very passable test, but it was definitely easier since I knew some of it already.


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