The State of Missouri requires notaries to purchase a notary bond. If you have already filed your application with the state of Missouri and need to obtain a notary bond, you have come to the right place! Purchase today by adding the required $10,000 Missouri notary bond to your shopping cart.
If you are trying to become a Missouri notary public or renew your Missouri notary commission, please visit our become a notary or renew commission pages to complete the entire application process and we will file your state required application for you! The notary bond above is for Missouri notary applicants that have already turned in the Missouri notary application and are looking to purchase the $10,000 notary bond.
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Download out forms, select your notary bond and supplies, complete all the required information and email or mail your completed order form and a copy of your commission letter, issued by the State of Missouri, to our office for processing. Most notary bonds will be emailed within 1 business day.
A notary bond is a surety bond that protects the public against any wrongdoing on the part of a notary. The notary bond will compensate an individual harmed as a result of errors or mistakes performed by a Missouri notary. The Missouri notary bond is a $10,000 bond and is valid throughout your 4-year notary commission in the State of Missouri. In addition to the notary bond, it is also required that a Missouri notary obtain a state-approved notary seal.
Notary Public Underwriters is approved by the State of Missouri as a notary bonding agency. We have an online notary application process that allows you to fill out the state required information, purchase the required notary supplies, and other notary accessories that will assist you in sufficiently performing your notarial duties. Our online application allows you to customize your notary package.
The notary bond DOES NOT protect the notary! Should an error or mistake occur while performing a notarial act, the Missouri notary is liable to reimburse the surety company for the loss. A notary will need to purchase a Missouri Notary Public Errors and Omissions Insurance policy to ensure his or her personal protection.