Does Bank of America notarize? Yes. Bank of America notary services are only available at select locations, only to customers, and only to those with an appointment. Though it is convenient for many and free of charge. Keep reading to learn more about the Bank of America notary service, as well as other banks you can go to if you need something notarized (some don’t require an appointment).
Bank of America Notary Services FAQ: Fee, etc.
Bank of America notary services are available by appointment only at select Bank of America locations. Notary services are generally available during regular bank hours, which are Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.. You’ll need at least one, valid, government-issued photo ID to get a document notarized.
- Fee for customers: Free
- Fee for non-customers: N/A. Bank of America does not provide notary services to non-customers.
- Need an appointment? Yes
- Source: Customer service
- Call your nearest Bank of America to inquire
According to customer service, Bank of America notarizes:
- Forms and documents required to close loans (mortgage loans, home equity lines of credit, construction to permanent loans, auto loans, business loans, etc)
- Forms necessary for investment and wealth management services.
Bank of America does not notarize:
- Documents with blank spaces someone can later use to commit fraud.
- Government documents with errors
- Government forms with pre-printed wording that does not comply with notary law guidelines.
For a list of places to get something notarized, including banks, hotels, and more, see our article Where Can I Get Something Notarized? If you don’t have access to these standard notaries, we’ve also covered notaries open on Sundays and notaries open on Saturdays.
Bank of America provides notary public services to customers only, free of charge. Since notaries are not available in every location, you need to call your nearest branch to inquire whether they have a notary on site. If you don’t have an account at Bank of America, don’t worry. There are plenty of other banks that offer notary services — some even to non-account holders.