Chase Notary Services
Banks can offer a convenient place to get documents notarized, Chase included. Read our Chase Notary guide below to find out cost, availability and convenient alternatives.
Does Chase Offer Notary Services? Do They Charge For Notary Services?
Many Chase branches offer notary services. Chase often offers free notary services for customers, but local branches may charge a fee, or may not staff a notary. To see if your local Chase branch offers and/or charges for notary services, we recommend visiting the Chase website, finding your local branch, and calling. You can also call Chase's main support line at 800-935-9935 and asking about their notary charges.
Online Notary - A Convenient, Instant Option
If you don't want to your local Chase to get your document notarized, why not do it right now from the comfort of your home? Online notary services offer a super convenient way to get your document notarized. All you do is upload your document(s), take a picture of your id, then connect on a video call with a live notary who notarizes your documents. It's fast, simple, and incredibly convenient.
Recommended Online Notary Services
See the list below for our recommended online notary services
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US Virtual Notary
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Other Online Notary Services
- OnlineNotaryCenter.com: Another good option, it also costs $25 per notarization.
- OnlineNotary.net: A smaller competitor, but costs a bit less at $19.95 per notarization.
- NotaryCam.com: NotaryCam was the original online notary, they've been around since at least 2015. Pricing costs $25 per notarization.
When Does Chase Offer Notary Appointments?
Before you visit your local Chase branch, we highly recommend calling them to see if they staff a Notary Public, how much they charge, and when they offer notary services. Most Chase branches follow typical banking hours - working hours during the weekday and some Saturday hours. Local branches may vary though, so call ahead to make sure.
Where Else Can I Find A Notary?
A few other local businesses often offer notary services. Some of the more common include:
- UPS Stores: to read more about UPS Stores' Notary Services, check out their notary page. Many UPS stores charge a fee, up to $25, to notarize documents, so be sure to call first.
- FedEx Online Notary: Fedex Stores do NOT offfer notary services, but Fedex does offer online notary services. However, they charge well above other online notary services, so we do not recommend using them.
- Local currency exchanges: many local currency exchanges also offer online notary services
- Post Offices: USPS Post Offices do NOT offer notary services. We recommend going to a local bank branch or using one of our recommended online notary services below.