How to Refund a Chase Bank Notary Services Fee

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How to Appeal Chase Bank Notary Services Fee Easily

You're trying to transfer a title, sign a statement, or even just get a copy of a birth certificate certified as original, yet you get charges by Chase Bank for the service of their notary- even though you hold an account there. DoNotPay can help you get those fees waved and returned quickly, easily, and successfully. Read on to find out more about the and how to recover your money.

Chase Bank Notary Fee Explained

A Notary Public is a court-trained witness that can certify the documents are indeed signed by the correct individuals and that the documents are original and legally binding. Documents that may need notarized can include:

  • Sworn statements
  • Powers of attorney
  • Deeds of trust
  • Rental agreements
  • Copy certifications
  • Beneficiary designations for retirement accounts
  • Promissory notes
  • Motor vehicle bills of sale

You can notarize a lot of things in a lot of different ways. You can see how each one is different below.

  1. Signature witnessing. The most popular notarization. The notary attests to your identity and that you signed the paper.
  2. Property deeds, powers of attorney, and trusts are examples of this kind. To sign in person, you must state that the current signature on the document is yours, that you meant to sign it, and that you accept its terms.
  3. Copy certification. The notary creates a copy of the original document and certifies that it is true, accurate, and complete. This might be done for college diplomas, passports, and driver's licenses.
  4. This is done on affidavits, depositions, and other forms that ask you to sign and swear or affirm that the statements are true.

Chase Bank offers these services to its account holders for free. However, there may be a charge for those who do not account holders. Sometimes, the notary doesn't ask and regardless of account holder status. It is up to you to be sure before work is completed what the fees are and who pays them.

How to Get Refunds From the Chase Bank Notary Fee on Your Own

If you prefer to pursue Chase Bank on your own for your notary Fees, you have a few alternatives. You may visit your branch and talk with a manager, phone the corporate headquarters and wait on hold, or contact a lawyer who is familiar with bank fees and obtain the reimbursements legally. In all circumstances, you must provide sufficient proof to get the fee reversed. That is a massive hassle to manage on your own. Allow DoNotPay to perform the tough work and promptly recover your expenses

Best Ways to Avoid Notary Fees

Avoiding fees to use a notary can be difficult unless you know what you're asking. Banks, like Chase, often have a notary available to the public during specific days or times. In order to avoid the fees involved, ask before any work is done about the cost and what your account holder status can do for you. Often, account holders will not be charged to use the notary's services.

Are There Other Types of Bank Fees I Can Get Refunds for With DoNotPay?

Of Course! It is possible to obtain a charge waiver or refund from any bank. As a result, you have the option of requesting a refund from:

Bank of America overdraft feesChase Bank

overdraft fees

Fifth Third Bank overdraft feesCitizens Bank overdraft fees
Bank of America

ATM fees


transfer to bank fees

Wells Fargo

checking account overdraft fees

TD Bank

overdraft fees

What is your best option if you want to avoid expenses and notary costs? Find a bank that doesn't charge notary or overdraft Fees. Even on the weekends, fees do not cease to exist.

How to Get Results From the Chase Bank Notary Fee Faster With DoNotPay

If Chase Bank charges you for notary services despite the fact that you have a Chase account, you may be entitled to a refund of those costs. DoNotPay may seek the recovery of cash quickly, conveniently, and effectively with only a few mouse clicks.

If you want to get refunded easier with DoNotPay but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 4 easy steps:

  1. Open the DoNotPay Fight Bank Fees product.

  2. Enter the name of your bank.

  3. Verify the last 4 digits of your bank account.

  4. Choose which fees you want to waive, including overdraft, ATM, and transaction fees.

Why Use DoNotPay to Return Notary Fees

You are free to wait for a response from the office of the notary in the bank or on the phone, it may be a long wait. Because the notary's office hours may vary it may necessitate several trips or calls, you may need to take time off from work to be there in person, costing you more money. Wouldn't it be nice if you didn't have to wait in line, wait on hold, or wait on returned calls?

In other words, DoNotPay helps you to get your refund. Allow DoNotPay to handle the whole process for you after completing the form and mailing the letter. It's more convenient, faster, and gives great results!. DoNotPay will work with any bank or notary you select to return your fees.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

You may ask what else DoNotPay can do for you after you've taken care of your notary Fees. The following are just some of the many business and problem areas in which DoNotPay may help you:

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