How to Become a Florida Notary Public

Applying is as Easy as 1-2-3:

Step 1: Print out and complete the Notary Public Application, Bond, and Prices. Click on the following link to download the application and bond. http://aaronnotary.com/become_florida_notary.htm

Step 2: After printing out the application have the “Affidavit of Character” filled out, and don’t forget to sign the application and bond.

Step 3: You must complete the FREE of charge Notary Course on the internet through our website. Florida law requires, all first-time applicants must complete a 3-hours notary education course and to receive a Certificate of Completion, click on the following link to take the Notary Course for Free http://aaronnotary.com/free_fl_notary_course.htm


Mail your original application, Bond, and Certification of Completion along with your invoice and payment to:

Aaron Notary Appointment Services, Inc.

 P.O. BOX 69-3002

 MIAMI, FL 33269-3002


IMPORTANT: We highly recommend that you protect yourself against any lawsuit that can occur during your notary commission with an Errors & Omission Insurance (personal liability coverage), the State requires $7,500 bond that only protects the public, not you, as a notary public. More Info


If you have any further question regarding our Notary Package, please don’t hesitate to call us directly at (305) 654-8887.


We look forward to serving your notary needs.

Aaron Notary Appointment Services


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How to report a lost or stolen notary stamp in the State of Florida.

SI 4913 X

 Lost or Stolen Stamp Notification 

As of August 15, 2014, the Division of Corporations and the Executive Office of the Governor have implemented a new procedure for reporting lost or stolen notary stamps. Under the new procedure, all notifications of lost or stolen notary stamps should be reported by written to the Department of State, Division of Corporation, Notary Section.

The Florida Department of State, Division of Corporations will issue you(notary public) an acknowledgement letter and a new commission number and commission certificate once the lost or stolen notification is received. 

The letter will also instruct you to contact your bonding agency’s office in order to obtain a new notary stamp. Your bonding agency will receive a copy of the letter, which will include your new commission number.

The addresses for reporting lost or stolen notary stamps are as follows:

Regular Mail

Division of Corporation

Attn: Notary Section

P.O. Box 6327

Tallahassee, FL 32314

Courier Service

Division of Corporation

Attn: Notary Section Clifton Building

2661 Executive Center Circle

Tallahassee, FL 32301

For more information visit us at www.AaronNotary.com or contact us at (305)654-8887.