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edelske

New York
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Posted - 03/09/2013 :  8:30:53 PM  Show Profile  Visit edelske's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I would not. Doctors don't, Lawyers don't.

I use VistaPrint for my cards, I order the maximum, I think it's 5000 with the slowest processing / delivery. It's good to hand out several at a time - very inexpensive form of advertising.


Kenneth A Edelstein
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Dapper Dan

Arizona
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Posted - 03/09/2013 :  7:00:56 PM  Show Profile  Visit Dapper Dan's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This is a tough decision. I was reading this and was like "Doh! why did i not think of putting my commission/license number on my card". I like the example about the contractor number that is very true because when i see that on their truck and/or business card it has a very positive and reassuring perception to it and builds instant credibility. Although, now i am considering about the identity theft deal. what to do, what to do!

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Lee-AR

Arkansas
505 Posts

Posted - 11/05/2008 :  10:31:43 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
INHO, while it does lend a certain amount of 'authenticity' to your card, it also gives anyone enough info to do bad things. Not that I think it's very likely that anyone would bother, but it's THE reason that many states stopped using your SS# as your DL#. Made identify theft pretty easy. Think about it.

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Lisa T.

California
391 Posts

Posted - 11/04/2008 :  4:51:41 PM  Show Profile  Visit Lisa T.'s Homepage  Reply with Quote
I do not put my commission # on my business cards as I do not see a need for a casual observer (non-client) to have it. I network a lot and hand out many business cards. It is up to you.
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joanbergst

California
349 Posts

Posted - 10/30/2008 :  9:23:50 PM  Show Profile  Visit joanbergst's Homepage  Reply with Quote
It's a good idea to put your notary commission number on your business card, because many people (public notary work) feel more comfortable, as we do when we see a business license on a contractor's truck.

It's not required, not is the bond issued number.


Joan Bergstrom
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Shannon

California
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Posted - 10/28/2008 :  11:43:14 AM  Show Profile  Visit Shannon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
You may wish to refer to the CA Notary Handbook...

To my knowledge, (not advice) a business card is an item created by you to promote your business and should contain whatever information you feel others need. The Handbook may tell you what "NOT" to say...

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n/a

California
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Posted - 10/21/2008 :  6:47:35 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi,

I am new to the Notary business, Do you know if I am required to have my commission # or bonding and insurance # on my business cards, I am in CA. and I need to get my cards made up, but I am not sure I have seen some with it on, and some with out it. Please Help.

Lawanna
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