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Mister Goblin – “The Notary”

Another day, another win for notaries in pop culture. You may remember Notary Publix, the shorts from 2015 were the last time we told you about notaries in pop culture. That time a streaming series of shorts featuring former Saturday Night Live actress Kate McKinnon.

Well, welcome to the music world. In April, Mister Goblin has a new album coming out called Frog Poems. And part of that is a track called “The Notary”, which was released on Youtube a few days ago.

The song talks about how the singer wants to become a notary so the singer can have some practical use in life.

“The idea for this one came up during pandemic lockdown when I was brainstorming excuses I could make to get out and see people without violating the social contract,” Sam Goblin said of ‘The Notary’ in a statement. “One of the ideas being that I could become a notary and stamp shit for my friends. Never did get around to it, but I did write this song. Joe (the other guitarist on the record) had to sell me a little bit on the shoegaze-y whammy bar part he wrote, but I’m so glad he did because now I think it really makes the song.”


Check it out below.

“The Notary” by Mister Goblin

What is a Notary Signing Service?

What is a notary signing service and how does it differ from a normal notary?

The Notary Signing Service

A notary signing service performs many notary signings. It is not just a one off, a company like Sunshine Signing can perform from one to thousands of notarizations for our clients. We do it by leveraging a roster of tens of thousands of notaries spread across all fifty states.

While a single notary may be available for more than one signing, there are times they may not be available. In these instances a signing service can plug the gap by providing another professional notary in a limited time frame.

This allows the signer, be it an individual or a firm like a title company, to ease the worry of having to fill any gaps for notarizations. For institutions this is extremely important, as time is of the essence.

Time and Money

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For business, a signing service can save them both time and money, while increasing productivity. When faced with dozens or thousands of signings, a signing service only makes sense.

With nationwide access and the ability to perform both mobile and online signings from anywhere, a notary signing service ensures every notarization goes smoothly. These signings can happen in the office, at your local coffee shop, on a job site, or any other place that is convenient.

Any business owner knows time is money. And the freedom a notary signing service provides saves a company time.

The Notary Signing Service Saves an Employee

Too many companies have an employee dedicated to finding notaries. They open an online rolodex, making call after call, trying to arrange all of their signings. This not just wastes effort, but costs the business too much effort.

A signing service like Sunshine Signing handles all of that for you, in an efficient manner. This again saves a business both time and money. Yes, we do keep coming back to that, time and money.

Sunshine Signing is more efficient than your own dedicated employee. Why? Because facilitating notarizations is all we do. It is our business, our sole dedicated purpose. Why waste effort when you have someone who can do it all for you in a blink of an eye.

Use Sunshine’s Signing Service

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When looking for a signing service, you need one that has nationwide access and tens of thousands of notaries at their fingertips. One that guarantees the process and supervises it from the moment the order is taken until the final document is filed.

That company is Sunshine Signing.

We guarantee a notary to your selected location in four hours or less, even in rural areas. That is because we truly have a nationwide reach. We don’t just say we do, we can back it up in real time.

Our notaries are available twenty four hours a day, seven days a week and three hundred sixty five days of the year. We, and they will be here when you need us.

To find out more, feel free to give us a call at (727) 817-0000 or click on the form below. We thank you for your thought and consideration and promise to give you the best service in the industry.

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