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Membership FAQs

National Notary Association Membership Information

 

Why should I join the NNA?
Benefits
Accessible information
How can I join the NNA?
How can I find out when my membership expires?
How do I renew my membership?
What if I lose my NNA membership card?
How can I update my name or address on my membership? (note: not related to commission information)
Is my personal information secure?
What is the National Notary Foundation?
What is the difference between a Notary commission and an NNA membership?

 

Why should I join the NNA?

Established in 1957, the NNA is more than the nation's largest, most active Notary community and leading provider of products and services. We work closely with government to set standards of practice, guide Notaries like you through your important duties and provide you with the comprehensive protection you need. Find out more »

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Benefits

We offer many benefits to our members, including access to our Notary Hotline and our bi-monthly The National Notary magazine. NNA membership gives you the means to build and maintain a professional standard of competency that protects you and your employer against the sting of lawsuits. Our membership benefits are designed to give you access to the skills, knowledge, supplies and support you need to perform your role with confidence.

Find out more about member benefits here.

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Accessible information

By saving your information in an online member account, all of your information is already in the system and easily accessible for ordering. We'll track your commission dates and remind you when it's time to renew. Access your commission, insurance, education, and bond information quickly and easily online, as well as your order history. Download your receipts for tax purposes.

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How can I join the NNA?

You can join online or by calling Customer Care toll-free at 1-800-876-6827.

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How can I find out when my membership expires?

Your NNA Membership expiration date is easily accessible on your member profile page. You can also call Customer Care at 1-800-876-6827 and one of our friendly agents will be happy to assist you.

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How do I renew my membership?

You can renew your NNA membership online or by calling our customer care center toll-free at 1-800-876-6827. A one year membership in the NNA is $59. If you choose to renew for more than one year you will be eligible for a discounted rate.

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What if I lose my NNA membership card?

You can request a replacement card through our customer care department at 1-800-876-6827 or send us an e-mail request. You will receive the new card 4-6 weeks after the request is received. Be advised, you do not need your membership card to access benefits, only your membership number.

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How can I update my name or address on my membership? (note: not related to commission information)

Your address can be updated online through the My Addresses section in your member profile. You can update both name and address by calling our customer care department at 1-800-876-6827 or e-mailing us.

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Is my personal information secure?

Yes. We work to protect the security of your information during transmission by using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) software, which encrypts information you input.

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What is the National Notary Foundation?

The NNA established the National Notary Foundation in 1997 to help improve life for our less fortunate fellow Americans and others in need around the globe. 100% of your tax-deductible donation goes directly to the programs we support because the NNF operating costs are donated by the NNA. Find out more about the National Notary Foundation and the programs we support.

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What is the difference between a Notary commission and an NNA membership?

A Notary commission is granted by your state, empowering you to practice as a Notary Public.

A National Notary Association membership provides education, information and support to help make your Notary duties easy and worry free.

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