Your Washington Notary Surety Bond Washington law requires all Notaries to purchase and maintain a $10,000 Notary surety bond for the duration of their 4-year commission. The Notary bond protects the general public of Washington against any financial loss due to improper conduct by a Washington Notary. The bond is NOT insurance protection for Washington Notaries. $10,000 4-year Bond Price: $50 Add to Cart Do I need anything besides my bond? You can purchase your Washington Notary bond on its own or as part of an NNA Notary supply package. To purchase a Washington Notary supply package that includes your Notary bond, official Notary stamp, journal and everything you need to properly perform your duties, click on the Become or Renew buttons below. How do I receive my bond? Bonds purchased from the NNA in Washington are emailed 24-48 hours after placing an order, but not more than 6 months prior to your current expiration date. If you did not receive your bond, please contact us. IMPORTANT - Processing your Washington Bond Once you have received your bond form and application, mail them both to: Notary Public Program Department of Licensing P.O. Box 35001 Seattle, WA 98124-3401 Get insurance, bonds, and everything else you need with a full NOTARY SUPPLY PACKAGE BECOME a NotaryRENEW as a Notary Bonds, seals and other custom items with expedited shipping must be placed with a Customer Care representative and will be shipped separately. Please call 1-800-US NOTARY to place your expedited custom item order. PENNSYLVANIA BONDS AND E&O POLICIES UNDERWRITTEN BY MERCHANTS NATIONAL BONDING, INC. (A SUBSIDIARY OF MERCHANTS BONDING COMPANY (MUTUAL). ALL OTHER BONDS AND E&O POLICIES UNDERWRITTEN BY MERCHANTS BONDING COMPANY (MUTUAL), DES MOINES, IOWA. AGENT FOR ALL BONDS AND E&O POLICIES IS NNA INSURANCE SERVICES, INC. THE COVERAGE PROVIDED BY ANY POLICY ISSUED SHALL BE DETERMINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE POLICY ISSUED, ANY CONTRARY REPRESENTATIONS HEREIN NOTWITHSTANDING. COMMISSION NUMBER AND COMMISSION EFFECTIVE AND EXPIRATION DATES REQUIRED FOR E&O POLICY ACTIVATION.