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Frequently Asked Questions

Public Record Posting is a membership club that provides a simple, affordable, and fast way to post any document you want on the public record in order to easily share it with the appropriate entity or person.

It’s really easy! Just Upload a PDF, select how long you want it published, then click Record Now. You can name and categorize your documents too!

You will have a unique link (URL) for each document that you can copy and share. If you want someone to see all of your documents, you can share your Profile.

Anything that you want on the public record! Just some examples are;

  • declarations, affidavits, notices
  • deeds, land patents, fee schedules
  • status correction assumed names
  • birth announcements, name changes
  • marriage certificates, claims
  • whatever else you want!

Public Record Posting (PRP) does not notify anyone of your posting. You are responsible for notifying whoever needs to view a given document based on that specific purpose. The unique URL you receive for each document makes the notification faster and easier than traditional methods.

County recording offices restrict and limit what you can post. Lengthy newspaper ads are expensive. Censorship is rampant on social media. Postings on community message boards are often torn down in anger, fear or ignorance.

With PRP you are in control. You decide what to post, who sees it, and for how long it’s visible.  Each document receives a unique URL that you can easily share with whoever needs to be notified of the information in that document. 

Yes. You can put as many documents as you want into each PDF, however, the maximum file size for upload is 10MB.

If your file is larger than 10MB, we recommend that you either compress the file or split it into smaller files.

You get a unique link (URL) for each document and one for your Public Profile. You simply copy the link, then you can paste it in an email, or a letter, or wherever you please.

Yes! Every page of the PDF you upload will be stamped in red when you record it. The stamp will have the date, time, and county it was recorded on, as well as the Record # and your unique link. Here is an example:

Sample Recording Stamp

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