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Posted - 02/08/2011 :  3:56:32 PM  Show Profile  Visit PWinFL's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Just a chain, like those in banks on the pens, to chain the stamp to the notary.

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Posted - 02/08/2011 :  2:16:07 PM  Show Profile  Visit jbelmont's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Maybe someone should patent a holster for stamps!

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Posted - 02/08/2011 :  10:39:10 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Okay, so these are adults we're dealing with, right? I've had a couple of instances where they have reached across a signing table and tried to grab my notary stamp. Some people are absolutely fascinated with it, especially children. One man asked me if I would let HIM stamp one of his copies at the end of the signing (for the fun of it?), to which I had to politely decline and explain that it is to be used by ,me, the notary, only for official purposes. Another person (to my horror)actually reached over,took my stamp and almost stamped the tablecloth on their dining room table. Geez! I had to grab it back right away, stating as civily as possible that this not something to play around with. So I've learned to safeguard my stamp and keep it in my supply pouch or VERY near to me until it's needed for notarization.
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