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TOPIC: What do I do with an expired commission stamp?

What do I do with an expired commission stamp? 4 years 8 months ago #52

What am I supposed to do with my expired commission stamp and embosser?
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What do I do with an expired commission stamp? 4 years 8 months ago #53

When your commission expires you need to ensure you are properly disposing of your expired materials. This means none of your materials should be usable when you throw them away-- you do not want to toss a seal that can still be used to make an impression.

To ensure an impression cannot be made, we recommend you remove the rubber impression pad from the base of the stamp and cut it into pieces. To be extra secure you can toss the pieces in separate trash bins.

For the embosser, break the die insert into two pieces, or as many pieces as you can. If you cannot break it, file some of the raised portions of the insert so it will not create an impression.

Never throw your old commission information away fully intact, you do not want someone using your information.

If you have more questions about regulations for disposing of old notary materials, please contact us toll-free at 800-385-7019
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