It says to stamp top and bottom on chase signature name affidavit. If has a spot for borrower to sign on top part but bottom part they don't have any aka or his name or a signature line. Do I leave that blank?
If the customer doesn't have an an additional aka name he/she is known by, I only notarize the top part. If they have an aka (also known as), they would indicate/sign the bottom part for the aka, and I would also notarize that signature.
I add aka if their ID reflects another name., I.E full middle name, initials ext..... Bottom portion allows you to add names. I add a signature line and type their aka printed underneath, and have them sign. Call Amrock closing dept. to verify
That is a tricky form I wish Chase would reformat.
I have the customer sign in the blank space beside the word "signature", if I remember correctly - I am not looking at the form right now.
I do the same thing...but also draw a black line and have the customer sign there. I notarize both top and bottom of the form. Chase needs to reformat!
i ve been doing one notarization for the entire docfor a few different banks including chase its how the form is sent to me
if there is an additional aka not on the notary page ,I add it and initial