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Sat, Oct 21


Best Western Premier Rockville Hotel

Advanced Training Seminar on How to Recognize Document Fraud, Forgery & Identity Theft

Open to all notaries! The Notary Training Network is pleased to announce the highly anticipated event, dedicated to combating document fraud, forgery, and identity theft. The event will take place on October 21, 2023 at the Best Western Premier Rockville Hotel & Suites in Rockville, Maryland.

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Advanced Training Seminar on How to Recognize Document Fraud, Forgery & Identity Theft
Advanced Training Seminar on How to Recognize Document Fraud, Forgery & Identity Theft

Time & Location

Oct 21, 2023, 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM EDT

Best Western Premier Rockville Hotel, 1251 W Montgomery Ave, Rockville, MD 20850, USA


About the event

In today’s increasingly interconnected world, the threat of document fraud, forgery, and identity theft has become a pervasive concern. Notaries, who play a crucial role in verifying the authenticity of signatures on legal documents to help deter fraud, are at the forefront of combating these criminal activities with minimal training on how to identify fraudulent red flags. To equip notaries with the necessary knowledge and skills to prevent such fraudulent practices, Notary Training Network aims to bring together industry experts, professionals, and enthusiasts for a day of comprehensive training and education at this notary training conference.

The conference will feature a lineup of distinguished speakers, including renowned experts in the fields of document authentication, forgery detection, and identity verification.

Attendees will have the opportunity to gain valuable insights from these experts through an engaging keynote speech and interactive discussions. Participants will learn about the latest industry best practices, cutting-edge technologies, and emerging trends in preventing document fraud, forgery, and identity theft.


1 – Recognizing counterfeit documents and spotting forged signatures 

2 – Implementing advanced security measures to safeguard sensitive information 

3 – Conducting thorough identity verification processes to prevent impersonation

4 – Leveraging technology for document authentication and fraud prevention

5 – Staying up-to-date with legal regulations and compliance requirements

Notaries attending the conference will have the opportunity to network with industry peers, exchange valuable insights, and establish professional connections. The event will serve as a platform for collaboration and knowledge sharing, fostering a stronger community of notaries committed to combating document fraud and protecting the integrity of legal documents.

Whether you are a seasoned notary public, an aspiring professional, or simply interested in understanding the vital role notaries play in preventing document fraud, forgery, and identity theft, the Maryland Notary Conference welcomes all enthusiasts.

Limited seats are available, so early registration is encouraged to ensure participation in this highly anticipated event that was curated to teach you:

1 – How to protect your notary commission, so that you don’t lose it

2 – What not to do as a notary to avoid being charged criminally due to misconduct

3 – How proper record keeping in a logbook can save you from prosecution if you get called into legal proceedings from a notarization that is questioned in court

4 – How notarization for someone that is a victim of identity theft can be impacted if you don’t verify identity correctly

5 – How expert testimony is important when you have to talk about signature forgery in writing and altered document fraud in a special keynote from an expert Document Examiner and Forensic Analyst

6 – How to recognize red flags in today’s digital age with technological advancements in notarization

Speaker Lineup: 

Jackqueline Phillips, Owner of A-List Notary Services

Lee-Anne T. Rodriguez, Settlement Agent 

Marc Aronson, President & CEO of the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries

John R. Schwartz, Founder & President of the Center for Combating Elder Financial Abuse

Shari E. Green, Esq. & Chief of the Economic Crimes Unit of the States Attorney for Baltimore City

John Paul Osborn, Forensic Document Examiner & Analyst


  • 45 minutes

    Breakfast and Check-in

  • 15 minutes


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