Zekes Mobile Multi-Services:
Notary Public Service
Signing Loan Agent
Wedding Officiant Minister
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK. Prices vary: Regular Hours, After Hours, Late Hours, Early Hours, Weekend Hours and Holiday Hours; 7:00am to 8:00pm, 8:00pm to Midnight, Midnight to 5:00am and 5:00am to 7:00am
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Notary Public, Signing Loan Agent and
Wedding Officiant Minister (LGBT Gay Friendly)
based in Bakersfield, California
My notarial practice is able to remain very competitive on price due to economies of scale. This means that I am able to keep my notarial services competitive as well cost-effective as I have a client-base that regularly requires documents to be notarized. By managing my costs, I have had the opportunity to use my expertise to help vast numbers of clients achieve their business and personal goals without delay. I will travel to my clients location, where I do Notarization of documents and including loan document signings. The trend today is for the (Mobile or sometimes called the Traveling) Notary Public to meet with clients at their convenience, in a place of their choosing. My competitive fees includes traveling fees as well as Notary fees.
I'll come to your home, your place of business or meet you at a STARBUCKS near you. For a nominal fee, I'll travel to Lerdo County Jail, Delano, McFarland, Wasco, Shafter, Tehachapi, Frazier Park, Taft, Lamont and Arvin.
The owner/operator of Zekes Mobile Notary has over 26 years of law enforcement experience. My mobile service option allows clients to be serviced at their convenience, outside normal business hours and without interruption to their current work schedule. I'm unlike any other mobile service provider. I am here to assist you by providing you a wide range of services.
THIS IS A MUST - NO EXCEPTIONS
The document signer(s) must be PHYSICALLY PRESENT before the notary. An essential element of the notarial act is personal, face-to-face communication between the document signer(s) and the notary. This is necessary for the notary to assess the signer’s comprehension of the transaction and willingness to sign, to help ensure that neither coercion nor fraud are present, and to administer the required verbal ceremony. Physical presence of the signer is so important that notaries who fail to require it can be charged with a crime and punished.