Notaries.com provides a state-accepted Florida Notary Application and bond. In order to become a notary in the state of Florida, you must possess a $7,500 surety bond that serves to protect the public, not the notary. Notaries.com serves as a one-stop shop for all your notary need. Our packet includes:
- Florida Notary Application
- Customized Notary Stamp
- $7,500 surety bond
- Errors & Omissions insurance*
- Notary Commission Certificate
- State-approved three-hour education course (see below (4) below)
*Errors and omissions insurance (professional liability insurance for notaries) is not required by the state. However, this insurance protects the notary, not the public and is an available option within our package, along with other notary tools and supplies.
The State of Florida does not provide notary applications or the state-required surety bonds. These must be obtained from a bonding agency, like notaries.com.
⇨ $7,500 surety bond
While your notaries.com application includes this bond, here’s a little more information about it. Before you submit your application, you must have a $7,500 surety bond. Unlike the errors and omissions insurance, which protects the notary, the surety bond protects the public. The State of Florida does not provide these bonds but requires all Florida Notaries to have one.
⇨ Submit the Application
Once you have filled out the application and bond, you must send it to notaries.com. We submit your notary application, bond, and education certificate (if you’re a first-time notary (see below (4) below)) electronically to the State.
Submit original documents for your Florida Notary Commission Application to:
Notaries.com (formerly Huckleberry Notary Bonding, Inc)
225 E Robinson St #570
Orlando, FL 32801