NOTARY ALERT – Please Read!

COVID-19/Coronavirus Response

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  • Do not accept the signing if you are experiencing any symptoms
  • If the borrower is experiencing symptoms and you’re concerned about taking the signing, please contact all involved parties (lender, loan officer and settlement officer) to discuss
  • All parties must sanitize their hands before and after the signing
  • Wipe pens down with alcohol swabs before handing them to the borrower or ask borrower to sign with their own pens.
  • Do not lick fingers to flip pages – use rubber fingers
  • Avoid shaking hands
  • Keep a safe 6-8 feet distance
  • Have tissues readily available for coughs and sneezes
  • Kindly decline any food or drinks offered by the borrower
  • Use latex gloves for you and your borrower if it makes anyone feel more comfortable
  • Stay informed and stay safe