Effective September 29,2018 Notarystation Will be Offline for a few weeks, as we are transferring our site to a new host. our Website will have a new Look and We will be able to get more traffic to the site , you the Client will have more ways to communicate with us once the new rollout is completed. our Billing Office , client intake call center Will move To Jonsten SC In The Spring 2019. our. servers Will also change during this time as well as We move onto a new System. If you Have any Site ideas , Please Let us know By Contacting us through our contact page at the top of the site. Thank you For your Continued Business


31 FEB 2018                                                      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Notary Station Will Now offer Full Service Loan Modifications , in the State of South Carolina

What’s the difference between a loan modification, forbearance agreement, and repayment plan?

Loan Modifications

A loan modification is a permanent restructuring of the mortgage where one or more of the terms of a borrower’s loan are changed to provide a more affordable payment. With a loan modification, the lender may agree to do one of more of the following to reduce your monthly payment:

  • reduce the interest rate
  • convert from a variable interest rate to a fixed interest rate, or
  • extend of the length of the term of the loan.

Generally, to be eligible for a loan modification, you must:

  • show that you cannot make your current mortgage payment due to a financial hardship
  • complete a trial period to demonstrate you can afford the new monthly amount, and
  • provide all required documentation to the lender for evaluation.

Required documentation will likely include:

  • a financial statement
  • proof of income
  • most recent tax returns
  • bank statements, and
  • a hardship statement.

There are many different loan modification programs available, including proprietary (in-house) loan modifications, as well as the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Flex Modification program.

If you are currently unable to afford your mortgage payment, and won’t be able to in the near future, a loan modification may be the ideal option to help you avoid foreclosure. (Read about how to get a loan modification.)

Forbearance Agreements

While a loan modification agreement is a permanent solution to unaffordable monthly payments, a forbearance agreement provides short-term relief for borrowers.

With a forbearance agreement, the lender agrees to reduce or suspend mortgage payments for a certain period of time and not to initiate a foreclosure during the forbearance period. In exchange, the borrower must resume the full payment at the end of the forbearance period, plus pay an additional amount to get current on the missed payments, including principal, interest, taxes, and insurance. (The specific terms of a forbearance agreement will vary from lender to lender.)

If a temporary hardship causes you to fall behind in your mortgage payments, a forbearance agreement may allow you to avoid foreclosure until your situation gets better. In some cases, the lender may be able to extend the forbearance period if your hardship is not resolved by the end of the forbearance period to accommodate your situation.

In forbearance agreement, unlike a repayment plan, the lender agrees in advance for you to miss or reduce your payments for a set period of time.

Repayment Plans

If you’ve missed some of your mortgage payments due to a temporary hardship, a repayment plan may provide a way to catch up once your finances are back in order. A repayment plan is an agreement to spread the past due amount over a specific period of time.

Here’s how a repayment plan works:

  • The lender spreads your overdue amount over a certain number of months.
  • During the repayment period, a portion of the overdue amount is added to each of your regular mortgage payments.
  • At the end of the repayment period, you will be current on your mortgage payments and resume paying your normal monthly payment amount.

This option lets you pay off the delinquency over a period of time. The length of a repayment plan will vary depending on the amount past due and on how much you can afford to pay each month, among other things. A three- to six-month repayment period is typical.



We Will offer these Services To Clients Effective March 5 2018 . In The county of Lexington , State of South Carolina our Fees For a Loan :

Modifications Package  a Maximum Package up To 50 Pages for A Fee of $125.00 IN U.S CURRENCY ONLY . in Certified Funds.  IN Aiken County ( State South Carolina ) The Fee IS $165.00





Attention : 2018 Seniors Of Lexington District 1-


Congradulations To those who are planning On Graduation , Near or at the end of the current Academic year In Lexington one.  A Lof of you are already Making plans For the Week of “Spring Break” and Senior Prom Is just weeks away . there are Universities in  the State With Forms and Documents Such as those For Financial Aid or For Residency . again This year  I am Offering Seniors Planning on attending there selected university such As “Clemson” university a signing Service. if you are planning on attending on any more than one of More than 7 universities in south Carolina Please Visit us online at  Campuses Have Deadlines on Turning in Forms , Documents or Packets.  Those who are planning on Attending a university Have A special Signing Offer of 45 Dollars  that we offered when We were Formerly CMNOTARYSITE. we are here to assist with Such documents Monday-Friday  Weekend Service Will Be offered For an additional $10.00 services Will Be offered Beg. From Friday March 9th until Thursday July 16th 2018 . A list of those Universities Will Be posted along With any forms for those who need Forms or need access to Web service may return here. Forms Will Be ready For use at 3 :00 PM  March 9th 2017.



Thank you


Notary Station


The Rainbow Bridge


Dear Beloved Baxter.


You came into Our lives Suddenly and it was no better time. I was going through My own Personal Battles and you Helped me Keeping My Spirits up . Thank you for Being Such A Great Companion and Best friend. You Will Be missed By those of Us who knew you. you Were Such A good sport. I got through difficult Times BECAUSE OF YOU !  I will Never forget  you Always Wanting to Be By My Side.  there were so Many times that I became Your Sleeping bag. I wanted to Thank you For all the  Times We had together.  you Will Always Have A special Place In my Heart.



❤ you Bax




Fee Schedule update For Mobile Notary Service

Effective July 1,2017

RE: Notary Fees , Mobile Notary Fees and other Fees Regarding Notary Public Services and other Services That We Provide – For Notary Services in The Midlands of South Carolina There Will be A Strict minimum Travel Fee of 40.00 and a maximum Fee of 125.00.

Scheduling And Cancelations-

To schedule A notary Signing . you May Do that through  this Website at The Booking Page and Must Be a notice of at least 3 Business Days advance Notice. If you schedule a meeting to Have documents Notarized and We receive a no show. We Are Now Require Clients To Pay an up front Cancel fee of up to 5 dollars or Wait 90 days to Schedule in the future. we are now Implementing this Due to To be Clients That We have Dealt  with in the past that filled out documents in the past that were done ahead of time , incorrectly by the Client. the Min Cancel Will Be  NON REFUNDABLE.



SEAL FEES : ARE 4.25 PER PAGE – FOR documents/packets or court system Documents that are Greater than 30 pages OR ANY other legal documents that will be Recorded in South Carolina are 4.25 per page – first 30 pages  then each  page additional page is 3.50 per page

Special Prices *****

If you Have other documents That are not discussed here such as documents that are greater than 100 pages we can notarize them on a per page Basis of .10 cents per page (south Carolina Seal) or  .50 cents per page (Stamped)

Merchant Inspections


65.00 on New Business Merchant Site Verification Inspections – Midlands SC counties only


South Carolina State Form printing and research Fees*********

If you do not Have forms currently –  A FEE OF 15.00 WILL APPLY  THIS FEE COVERS the research and printing fees and getting the document to you . this fee is non refundable





Student Financial Aid Federal School Code: 003425

*Beginning Monday, May 15, two-factor authentication will be required to access iROAR. Two-factor authentication asks individuals for a secondary confirmation of their identity at log in using a physical device, such as an app or text message on your phone. Clemson University will use Duo Security for two-factor authentication. Please visit for more information and to sign up for Duo Security.*

A Clemson University education is an excellent investment in your and/or your child’s future. The financial aid staff are here to help you understand the various financial aid programs that are available and to work individually with those who face significant financial difficulties during their career at Clemson. Overall, 87 percent of our students receive some type of financial assistance – which includes state, federal and University awards. Please review this site for information about our merit scholarships, need-based grants, loans and work study. We are committed to providing the highest level of customer service to our students.

For our currently enrolled students, you have several responsibilities as a recipient of financial aid, so please pay attention to the application process, deadlines and policies.

Mission Statement

The Clemson University Office of Student Financial Aid exists to help students secure the funds necessary to pursue their educational goals at Clemson University through the administration and implementation of federal, state and institutional programs of financial assistance.

If you have any questions during the process, please be sure to contact our office, and we will help however we can.

Important Notices

2017 Financial Aid Request Form for Summer Enrollment is now available online.

The IRS Data Retrieval Tool, popularly used to complete or correct the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), is currently unavailable at This impacts both the 2016-17 and 2017-18 filing years. Students and parents are now required to complete the income and taxes questions on the FAFSA manually, but the instructions give detailed line-by-line guidance. We are hopeful that the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Education will offer this service again for 2018-19.

2017-18 Financial Aid Award Letters for Incoming Freshmen — Incoming Freshmen will receive email notification about their 2017-18 financial aid award packages by the first week of April.

2017-18 Financial Aid Award Letters for All Returning Students, New Graduate Students, and Transfer Students — All returning students, new graduate students, and transfer students will receive email notification about their 2017-18 financial aid award packages by the first week of June.

Check out the new videos added to the Forms and Resources webpage.

Citizenship and the Constitution — Please check out these videos from the Clemson University Constitution Day panel. They discuss the idea of citizenship and how it has changed over the course of U.S. history.
Part I and  Part II.

Academic Common MarketLearn more information about Academic Common Market and what programs have been approved.

Financial Literacy — The Office of Student Financial Aid has developed a Financial Literacy website which contains information about saving, budgeting, loan repayment options and more. Please check it out and all of the useful tools included.

Financial Aid for Study Abroad Appointment Requests — We have recently updated the online Financial Aid Appointment Request for the Study Abroad Program form. Be aware, appointments book up fast during the fall semester so make sure to schedule one early.

Navigating in iROAR — To view your bill: login to and select the tab for Student Financial Services and then the following links: Optional Fees (to add a meal plan, etc.) or My Bill. To accept your aid: login to and select the tab for Financial Aid and the following links: iROAR, Award, Award for Aid Year, Financial Aid Year 2015-16, Award Overview, Term and Conditions, and Accept Award Offer.

Students Selected for VerificationWe are currently processing all documents for verification and other information requests in the order they are received. Forms submitted by mail, email, fax, and drop off will show as received in your iROAR account approximately one week after documents arrive at our office. To view outstanding and received documents, please log into your iROAR account and select the Eligibility section under the Financial Aid tab. We will complete the verification process within several weeks of receiving all requested documents

A Letter To 2017 Graduating Class –


Dear High School Senior,

…… the day you’ve been waiting for your whole life. You’ll wake up a little earlier than usual, brush your teeth and go downstairs for your last breakfast as a high school student. Your mom will look at you with tears running down her cheeks wondering how her baby grew up so quickly. Your friends will be texting your group message non-stop with words of disbelief, wondering where the time went. You guys made it to the day you’ve been counting down to all year long.

You’ll start to reminisce on things like your first pep rally and the dorky outfits you wore freshman year. You’ll laugh at things your old teachers did and remember the ones who left to teach somewhere else. You’ll wonder how the guys in your grade actually managed to grow up and laugh at how young you all looked when you had just begun. You’ll remember all of the football games you attended and consider how strange it will be seeing other people wearing your guy friends’ numbers when the Thanksgiving game rolls around. You’ll drive by the soccer field and think of all the blood, sweat and tears you gave to it over your high school career.

You’ll recall your first real kiss and joke about how upset you were when the first Girl broke your heart. It’ll feel like yesterday when you walk through those doors for the final time and look around at all of the empty lockers. You’ll gather with your classmates together in the same place for the last time and think about how you’re all going to be in different places next year. You’ll be excited but nervous because in a few hours, life as you know it will change.

So before you sit down to hear the Valedictorian’s speech and walk the stage to receive your diploma, make sure you take the time to appreciate the memories you made in those halls. Thank your teachers, even the difficult ones, because when you’re sitting down in your first college class, you’ll feel grateful for the work they made you do. Thank your parents for supporting you. It’s not easy raising a teenager, but they did not give up on you regardless of how brutal puberty was.

Thank your friends. They’re the ones that got you through your first heartbreak and made sure that you were going to be okay. They listened to your complaints after a big fight with your mom, even if they thought you were wrong. They forgave you when you were wrong and understood your bad days. They stood up for you when you got yourself in a bad situation. They brought you coffee when you didn’t have time to get it yourself. They took you home when you couldn’t make it there alone. They celebrated your good news and helped you through the bad. They made you laugh uncontrollably and created memories that you’ll hold on to forever. They made you who you are today.

After you receive your diploma and throw your cap in the air, make the most of the time you have left with your high school friends before you all head off to college. You only have a few months before you’re sitting in a dorm room surrounded by unfamiliar faces. Work, but don’t forget that memories last longer than money. Go to the beach, take lots of pictures, go out on Friday nights and enjoy the days that summer has to give. Trust me, college will be awesome, but you’ll never be the same person that you are today.


Chad Moore