Mobile Notary in Schertz TX & Process Server

Mobile Notary in San Antonio TXYes we are now serving process and providing Schertz residents with $25 front door mobile notary service beyond the San Antonio/Bexar county boundary. For many years we have heard the complaints of consumers being over-charged for after-hour notary services by Schertz local notaries and we are now here in the area to offer you competitive mobile notary prices that our competition would call “UNDER-CUTTING”, We call it honest & Fair, we want your business. Please call (2) other local mobile notary services in the Schertz/Cibolo area for price quotes if you feel $25 bucks is too high, I’m 100% sure you will call us to book your appointment.

We are a fully Mobile business and only provide a business location for notary services during after-hours only. All notary public’s in the State of Texas goes through the same approval process and are bonded agents of the court.

UPS_Store notary public

If you are looking for business location during normal business hours we highly recommend going to your nearest UPS Store, if you don’t know where the closest one is, Just GOOGLE: “UPS STORE” and enter your zipcode (EX:78154), This will show you the 3 closest UPS Stores to the zip code you entered, just call the store and ask if they have a notary on staff, that’s it.

Our new Mobile Notary service area now includes but not limited to: Schertz, TX – 78154, Selma, TX, Cibolo, TX – 78108, Marion, TX – 78124, Santa Cara, TX, Bracken, TX – 78266, Garden Ridge, TX and Universal City, TX – 78148 which includes Randolph Airforce Base.

Fee’s for our Schertz Mobile Notary Service starts low-as:

$25 Total Monday-Friday 9:00am till 4:00pm when you mention “WEBSITE DISCOUNT $25“. Call for after-hour prices and Weekend appointments. Price breakdown: $20.00 Travel plus $5.00 acknowledgement for a Total of $25.00 for (1) document,(1) signer,(1) acknowledgement.

Notary Fee’s are regulated by the secretary of State with a maximum fee of $6 for acknowledgements and $6 for oaths to prevent notaries from increasing prices, potentially making document verification in Texas a costly process.