Is DocVerify secure?Absolutely. DocVerify’s solutions are the most secure digital document verification offerings on the market today. With our proprietary patent pending Seven Layers of Protection, your documents are completely safe. To understand our high level of security, click HERE to view DocVerify's security page.
What kind of documents can I upload to be E-Signed?DocVerify supports many popular file types, including PDFs, Microsoft Office files, Adobe documents, images, and more.
Are E-Signatures legally enforceable?Yes. The Congressional E-Sign Act (2000) ensures the validity and legal effect of contracts entered into electronically. Your contracts are fully defensible, just as if they were signed in person.
How much does it cost?DocVerify has a number of plans starting at just $9.95 per month. Please visit the DocVerify Pricing Page for more detailed pricing information.
Can I access my documents after uploading them or getting them signed? Absolutely. All DocVerify documents are accessible at any time to the parties who uploaded or signed them. You can also easily grant access to whomever you choose.
How do I know if my signers have signed the document?Simply log in to your DocVerify account and check the status of your document. You can see which of your recipients have accessed the document and who has yet to sign. Alternatively, DocVerify can notify you by email when your recipients have signed your documents.
I received a DocVerify email. What should I do?Simply click the link in your email and follow the instructions. You will be allowed to view the document. After your thorough review, you can sign the document electronically with a simple click.
How do I sign my document?Once you access the document, simply click on the button that says "Sign This Document", You will be asked to type your name. When you click "Sign", the document is legally signed by you.
Do I need to register to sign?In most cases, no. However, some senders require their signers to register, in which case you will be required to register for a free DocVerify account. This helps to ensure your identity and protect against fraud.
Does it cost anything for me to sign?No. It costs nothing to sign a DocVerify document.
Can I view the document I signed at a later date? Yes. Simply sign up, log in through your DocVerify account, and you can see a history of all documents that you've signed to date.
How do I allow DocVerify emails to be delivered?If some emails go to the bulk or spam box, click HERE for simple instructions for allowing DocVerify emails to be delivered to your Inbox.
How do I add DocVerify as a trusted identity?Some documents may not show the green checkmark in Adobe Reader or Acrobat. Click HERE for step by step instructions.
Are the documents counted per page or per uploaded document no matter how may pages?Each document uploaded is counted as one document. It can have as many pages as long as it does not exceed the maximum file size of the edition.
What plan do I need if I am the only notary using the services for just a few documents per month?The Professional edition has been designed for individuals with low volumes.
Do you offer a service where I can be charged per document notarized, with a flat fee for borrowers signing?No. We only offer subscription services at this time.
How do I get started as a notary?To start, simply create a free account. After you create your free account and sign in, click on the "Notary Portal" button, out our notary application form. Once it's submitted, within 2 to 3 business days after we have verified your identity you will be able to easily e-notarize documents, and also use the e-journal system.
Does your site drive any customers to me?Yes. We provide a fully accessible e-notary directory allowing other users to find you easily. We also work with other notary based web sites to help drive traffic to your services.
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DocVerify is the premiere provider of secure electronic signature and electronic notary services at considerably less cost than most other providers.