In most states, electronic notarization means you will be able to electronically notarize documents using DocVerify. Electronic notarization means that all of the signers and the notary must be physically present at the time of signing as required by law; however, in some states, you will be able to e-notarize that same document via a web cam remotely using DocVerify's e-Notary platform.
In July of 2012, the state of Virginia began allowing commissioned e-notaries to peform remote notarizations via a web cam, which opens the doors for lots of possiblities.
The notarization process can be tedious at times, and the DocVerify remote notary system makes it easy. Simply locate a notary that can perform remote notarizations. If you don't have a notary no problem because you can either use the DocVerify notary locator tool to find a notary or go to any of the DocVerify notary partner sites to request an e-notarization.
Best Provider For the Notary
DocVerify is not only simple, fast, and affordable for notarizationss, but we are the best provider for the notary to use. Unlike the other providers who will keep the majority of the fees they collect and only give the notary a tiny part of it, DocVerify is the exact opposite. The Docverify e-Notary platform will enable notaries to provide remote notarization services without having to worry about all of the technical stuff, and the best part is the notary gets to keep the majority of the fees collected by the notary.
Once you have found a notary that can perform your remote notarization, either you can upload the document and request the notarization OR you can send them the document and they can do it for you. Once the document is processed by the DocVerify VeriVault, the remote notarization process can begin.
In the states that allow remote notarizations, most of the time they will be completed via a web cam session. The notary will initiate the web cam by utilizing any number of tools, as DocVerify allows the notary complete flexibility to use the techologies they are most comfortable with. Once the web cam session starts, the notary will verify the identity of all the signers using various identity proofing methods, and then the signers will each sign the documents from their own locations which can be thousands of miles away.
DocVerify doesn't charge a premium for this service other than a small fee for the identity proofing if the notary chooses to use it. This not only makes it affordable to the signers, but also allows the notary to make money from each transaction for the duties perfomed.
DocVerify gives all parties peace of mind when it comes to remote notarizations. First, because the documents are all DocVerify-ed through the VeriVault they can never be altered or tampered with once they are processed. Second, all transactions are always secure using SSL based encryption between the parties and DocVerify. Lastly, all documents in the VeriVault are encrypted, which ensures they cannot be read or viewed by unauthorized parties.