All signers must have identification. U.S. state ID or any country's Passport is required. When you photograph your identification, lay it on a flat, dark surface in great lighting.
Every signer must have a social security number.
The knowledge-based authentication (identity verification) will create five questions. KBA verifies data associated with your ID and SSN to confirm your identity. The notary cannot override the KBA identity check.
The identity verification lasts twelve hours, so complete it before your appointment. One to two hours prior is perfect.
LifeLock or any other kind of credit freezing program will cause identity verification failure.You must turn it off before you attempt this! You can turn it back on right after.
You will upload your document securely on the platform before your session.
No need to email the notary your personal information.
Password protected documents will show as blank pages on the screen. Remove password protection before uploading.
We cannot notarize password protected documents at this time.
Don't sign your document yet. You'll electronically sign during your online session with the notary.
If multiple people are signing, you must have a separate e-mail and device for each signer.
No one can share a webcam or microphone.
The browser on your device is important. Chrome, Firefox, and Safari will work. Linux, Internet Explorer, or Opera will not work. Chrome works best!
A computer or laptop will probably save you time and provide a better experience.
The speed and reliability of your connection really matters.
A firewall on a secure system will often prevent the audiovisual communication necessary during the online session. If you are on a work computer or secure work network, you will likely need to move away from that system and use a personal device instead.
$25: Base charge for the session with the notary which includes one document and up to one notarial act (one seal)
$6: Cost for each additional seal after the first seal. Most transactions just require one seal.
Each additional person on video (2nd signer or witness) is $6.
WHAT WE NOTARIZE Documents we can electronically notarized are the following:
Real Estate Closings
Certification by Document Custodian
Certification of investment powers
Citizenship verification forms
Common loan documents
Discipline status enrollment forms
Handgun permit applications
Hold Harmless Agreements
Identity theft victim’s complaint
Issuance of US Passport to Minor Application
Legal and Medical documents
Mail Delivery Through Agent forms
Medical consent forms
Medical release forms
Minor consent to travel
Mortgage, Loan & Refinance Documents
Personal Letters & Contracts
Power of Attorney
Residential or Commercial leases
School Permission Slips
T-47 affidavit in Texas
Tattoo consent for minor
Temporary guardianship agreements
Third-party mail delivery
Unclaimed Property Inquiries
And many more….!
What We Cannot Notarize Recordable documents such as birth certificates and marriage licenses, documents that are recorded with some specific governmental entity, such as the secretary of state's office, a court of law, a county clerk, or the Bureau of Vital Statistics. A certified copy of a recordable document may be obtained by contacting the recording entity. A notary cannot make certified copies of recordable documents.: