Notary Public Services

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At TitleMax®, our goal is to provide customers with excellent service. As one of the top lending companies, we’re best known for providing car and motorcycle title-secured loans to individuals who aren’t a good fit for a traditional loan or don’t have time to wait around for bank approvals. And in Missouri, we also offer complimentary notary services to our customers for your convenience.

What Is a Notary Public?

A notary public is an individual who observes the signing of documents as an impartial third party. One of the primary and most crucial purposes of a notary public is to prevent fraud and to verify that all involved parties are who they say they are. Another important function of a notary public is to ensure that all parties involved in the signing of a document are doing so willingly. Notarization is a process that involves three steps. The first of these steps is to screen or vet the identity and the willingness of the signers. The second step is to make a record of the details associated with the notarization. These details are generally documented in a journal. The third step is certification. This should include the notary’s signature and their seal. It’s important
to understand that specific notarization rules may vary by state.

What Does a Local Notary Public Do?

Notaries often perform several different types of notarial acts. You may need a local notary to witness the signing of important documents ranging from trusts to powers of attorney. In some areas, if you need to get a new title for your car, you’ll need to find a notary for when you need to sign the old one. This is the most common form of notarial act and is called an acknowledgment. When a signer speaks an oath or pledge attesting to the truth of their document at the time when their document is signed, this type of notarization is called a jurat.

Where Can I Find a Notary Public Near Me?

When you need to sign important documents, you may find yourself wondering, “Where can I find a notary public near me?” If you need something notarized to apply for a title-secured loan, the answer is simple: We offer notarial services at most of our Missouri TitleMax® store locations. You may also find yourself asking how much this type of service will cost you, and if so, the answer will leave you pleasantly surprised: Our notary services are complimentary.

If you have any questions about how to find a notary near you or about anything else concerning our products and services, simply call us using our toll-free phone number or contact us by email or via online chat. Our customer service representatives would be happy to help you locate the nearest TitleMax® store offering notary services and answer any questions that you may have about them.

  • * Maximum loan amount in Illinois is $4,000. Maximum loan amount in Mississippi is $2,500. Maximum loan amount in Tennessee is $6,500, assuming customer qualifies and accepts both the Pledge and Line of Credit. Minimum loan amount in California is $2,600.
  • ** Car title loans may require a credit check in California. Motorcycle title loan and pawn approval requires satisfaction of all loan eligibility requirements including a vehicle evaluation and a credit check.
  • *** To be approved for a title loan or pawn, you must be at least 18 years of age (19 in Alabama). Account approval requires satisfaction of all eligibility requirements, including a possible credit inquiry, and a motor vehicle appraisal. Certain other terms and conditions apply.
  • † Proof of income is required in Illinois, Nevada, some Texas locations, and California. In California you are also required to provide proof of residency, and a valid vehicle registration to obtain a loan.
  • ‡ Signature and personal loans are offered by an affiliate of TitleMax® and are currently only available in Florida. Account approval requires satisfaction of all loan eligibility requirements, including a credit inquiry, and, if applicable, motor vehicle appraisal.
  • § Refinancing of a competitor’s title loan is not available in Mississippi or Virginia. In Illinois, you are required to have reduced your original principal balance by 20% before refinancing. TitleMax®, TitleBucks®, and InstaLoan®, are not considered competitors. Please see a store associate for details.
  • - TitleMax of Virginia, Inc. d/b/a TitleMax® is licensed by the Virginia State Corporation Commission, license number VTL-11.
  • - In Texas, TitleMax® acts as a Credit Services Organization to assist customers in obtaining a loan through an unaffiliated third party lender. Please see store associate for details. Please see Texas Schedule of All Fees.
  • - In GA, TitleMax® offers Title Pawns.
  • - In CA, Loans are made by TitleMax of California, Inc., California Finance Lenders Law License No. 603K014.
  • - New Mexico Consumers: please see important New Mexico Consumer Information and Disclosures.