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I make $200 an hour as a notary signing agent. It's a surprisingly easy side hustle - here's how I got certified and made my startup costs back in 2 weeks
13 days ago - By Business Insider
Andrea Morgan has been a notary signing agent specializing in real property and loan documents since July 2021. Andrea Morgan
Andrea Morgan is a 22-year-old notary signing agent who makes up to $200 for a single signing.
Morgan decided to try notary work during the pandemic as a side hustle to help pay for college.
She explains how to get certified, the difference between notaries and NSAs, and how to get clients.
This as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Andrea Morgan, a 22-year-old student and notary signing agent who works in California. It has been edited for length and...
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