Requirements for WoT Notary Service
Next, let's try and lock this down a little. Thawte has left some wiggle room because not every country and state is alike. So to take some of the ambiguity out of the process, here is what I want from you for WoT Notary services ...
These requirements are not arbitrary. They are the result of performing many notarizations and refining the requirements through direct communication with Thawte certification managers. They are included here in an attempt to streamline the process and set expectations. I take this stuff seriously.
To date, I have not set a point value to each of the above forms of ID. In all likelihood, I will grant the full 35 points I am authorized; however, I reserve the right to grant less based upon the quality of the identification presented.
When and Where
I'm pretty flexible about meeting you to accomplish your notarization. I believe in this, so I will make an effort to accommodate your needs. My first choice for a meeting place is just about any public library. It's a good neutral meeting place where we can make copies, and in some cases, do the notary online.
I do not have "regular hours" for performing notary services this is a volunteer thing. So we will have to set up an appointment to get it done. But with email, that should be relatively easy. Again, keep in mind, this is not my fulltime job, so my availability is subject to my work schedule. I'm a consultant by trade, so I could end up in any part of town on a given day, or out of town altogether.
Do you have any questions I haven't addressed here? Are you ready to do this? Send me email at .
There is now more than one WoT notary in the Metro Omaha area!
Who knows? You should be able to get enough points in one day to get your name on the cert! The new coffee bar at the downtown Omaha library would be a great place for joint sessions. That would be cool.
Last updated 06/06/04