Usually, mobile notary fees will have two components, the actual fee for the notary stamp and a traveling fee. These will vary depending on the type of notarization required, the distance of travel required, time of the appointment. Each traveling notary public will set their own prices. This is why it’s good to call or message around to inquire and comparison shop, so to speak. Make sure that the agent can get to you by the time you need. Some things to think about regarding mobile notary fees are discounts for multiple signatures, peak and off-peak travel pricing, acceptable payment methods (cash, PayPal, major credit card, company / bank check, money order, etc…), cancellation policies, and “wait fees.” Many mobile notaries will give you a grace period to show up (approx. 5-15 minutes, usually). After that a “wait fee” may start to be incurred, usually $1-$5 / min. This encourages the client to be on-time, so no one’s time is wasted. Make sure to agree on the fees before confirming the appointment.