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To provide our customers with the flexibility to develop custom digital document verification solutions, DocVerify offers free API's that enables you to quickly and easily integrate E-Signatures, E-Notary, VeriVoice, and the VeriVault into your own workflow or website.
The API's are designed to work on virtually any development platform including Microsoft .Net languages, PHP, Java, Ruby, Python, SOAP toolkits, and RESTful.
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On average, the typical business or enterprise client saves up to 70% with DocVerify, while getting higher security standards, and better support.
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DocVerify, part of Black Knight since being acquired in 2020, has been a trusted electronic notary provider since 2007. We strive to meet every state’s requirements for their commissioned eNotaries including standards for electronic notary seals. Once a commissioned notary public signs up for a DocVerify account, the process for creating their personal electronic seal begins and leads to an easily accessible seal stored securely on our platform.
When a state allows electronic notarization or remote online notarization, regulations may require that the electronically signed documents be stamped with a digital notary seal. Not every state with eNotaries will require this, but if so, an electronic stamp will be used to prove that the document was officially notarized and show details about the notary.
Electronic seals are different than digital certificates. Vendors produce the electronic seal based on state requirements, and it is associated with the specific notary.
As of 2020, the following states require their eNotaries to use electronic notary stamps:< /p>
Each of these state’s requirements for a notary’s electronic notary stamp may differ. DocVerify can customize electronic stamps to each notary’s need. You can find what your state requires by reviewing the American Association of Notaries guidelines.
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