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Mobile Notaries: Drive With Uber And Get A Great New Income Opportunity Along With A $50 Reward

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Mobile Notaries can earn extra income on their own schedule by becoming an Uber driver.The National Notary Association has partnered with Uber to offer mobile Notaries a lucrative new income opportunity, and if you sign up to drive using the NNA’s partner link you will get a $50 reward from Uber after you complete your first trip.

Uber is the world’s leading rideshare service that matches riders with drivers via a smartphone app. Being an Uber driver is a perfect additional income opportunity for mobile Notaries who want to make the most out of their downtime between signings, or when business is slow.

Many mobile Notaries are used to being their own boss and making their own schedules. This fits well with rideshare companies, such as Uber.

Supplement Your Income With Uber
 

According to a rideshare survey conducted by Benenson Strategy Group, 88 percent of people started driving for rideshare services because it fit their daily schedule well. You are driving when you want; based on how much time you want to invest.

Drive When You Want To
 

Most Uber drivers have full time jobs and use the ridesharing service to earn extra money without interfering with their daily routines. This is important for Notaries because it gives them the freedom to drive between assignments and possibly gain new customers.

Becoming a driver also can help promote your other business offerings. If you have your business logo or sign on your vehicle, your business will gain far more visibility and reach a much wider potential market as you drive an array of passengers around different parts of town.

Continue to be your own boss, creating a schedule that is flexible with your already established business. Sign up to drive with Uber here: http://bitly.com/notariesdrivewithuber​. 

Cindy Medrano is the Social Media Coordinator at the National Notary Association.

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Monica Voloshin

11 Jan 2016

Sad, that your organization focusses on this.......’oppertunity’ instead of work that is more in line with the work of a Notary or Signing Agent. What is next? Available hours at MacDonald?

Sridhar Rangaswamy called Sri

11 Jan 2016

Good work -thanks for sharing. This is the time to learn and do extra for people who have more debts like me:)

Christine

11 Jan 2016

How offensive! My professional association is suggesting I find another career. Not to mention potential issues with compromised documents. Good job at looking out for our best interest.

Danielle

12 Jan 2016

I didn't hear of this before I signed up with Uber. I haven't taken my first ride yet, do I still qualify for the bonus?

National Notary Association

15 Jan 2016

Hi Danielle. You may want to contact Uber to find out if you still qualify for the bonus. Thanks.

National Notary Association

12 Jan 2016

The National Notary Association is always looking for opportunities for Notary entrepreneurs to make extra income, sometimes in ways that do not involve notarizations. In the past they have included becoming exam proctors, virtual assistants, remote testimony witnesses, wedding officiants and more. The following link details a variety of those opportunities: https://www.nationalnotary.org/notary-bulletin/blog/alternate-income-opportunities. Notary entrepreneurs consistently look to maximize their income when signings are slow. With Uber, you can turn the rideshare app on only when you are available to drive. The UBER option won’t work for everyone, but it is another way to monetize your downtime if it works for your situation.

maria@signednsealed.com

13 Jan 2016

I can see how this can be a good way to make some extra cash AND enhance my business. Who wouldn't want a ride that doesn't need to stop at Kinkos/FedEx to print and notarize documents. :-) . I can also see how this could be a potential opportunity for Signing Agents to compromise information/documents they are carrying. It all comes down to the responsibility of the Signing Agent/Notary to keep classified/secured info secure at all time. It's no different than giving a friend or family member a ride in my car -- the info is there for all. Even family members, by default, do not have a "need to know" when it comes to sharing or having access to information.

maria@signednsealed.com

13 Jan 2016

I can see how this can be a good way to make some extra cash AND enhance my business. Who wouldn't want a ride that doesn't need to stop at Kinkos/FedEx to print and notarize documents. :-) . I can also see how this could be a potential opportunity for Signing Agents to compromise information/documents they are carrying. It all comes down to the responsibility of the Signing Agent/Notary to keep classified/secured info secure at all time. It's no different than giving a friend or family member a ride in my car -- the info is there for all. Even family members, by default, do not have a "need to know" when it comes to sharing or having access to information.

Krystal

14 Jan 2016

I liked this article. Disliked the ignorant comments. I thought it was actually a great suggestion but, as a girl, I would never feel safe having someone I don't know in my car.

Rob Michler

14 Jan 2016

I drove for UBER for a month. One morning I went out to drive, I checked to see if any cars were near on the UBER app. There were five cars four minutes away. Plus you assume all of the liability and UBER just takes the profit. Not a great deal, like the signing companies. the realities of the new economy every body gets screwed.

Tracy

27 Jan 2016

On the service this sounds like a great idea and has been an invaluable service for my daughter who is in Los Angeles however I also would have concerns about being a female alone with a stranger. I don't see how our safety can be guaranteed and then there is the liability if there is an accident etc. Sounds great for someone who can really handle themselves safety wise.

Mark HODGKINS

21 Mar 2016

I signed up with your partner link and completed my first trip and I got ZERO dollars not the $50 I was promised in your email. How much did YOU make on this scam?

National Notary Association

12 Apr 2016

Hello. We're sorry that you encountered problems with your first Uber trip. We reached out to Uber and they said they would contact you directly regarding this issue.

elle

19 Apr 2016

Did you realize that ride sharing, such as Uber, is specifically excluded from your auto policy?

Joseph

20 Nov 2016

Uber Drivers don't make money. They think they do but once you add vehicle depreciation, wear and tear, once you put aside their money you have to pay for your social security and Medicaid during tax season plus take your taxes of weekday you made you are left with less or barely minimum wage while you racked up your vehicle miles. I drove for them for 2 months. Yes you get money in your pocket but you have money that goes out and you don't realize it.

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