Notaries public in Nevada can now apply to serve their communities as commissioned online notaries. This commission will allow you to complete electronic notarizations completely online through a secure, two-way video call.Read more
Digitally notarize documents and connect with a live notary public from any device. Accepted nationwide. Available 24X7.
Now that you've acquired your digital certificate, you need to print confirmation so Notarize can confirm that your certificate is in good standing and correctly configured.Read more
Once you've followed the steps to apply for your digital certificate and have been approved, you need to carefully follow specific instructions to download your certificate so you can upload it into the Notarize platform.
Below are the steps to follow to download your digital certificate. You can also watch this video:
You must acquire a Digital Certificate to operate on the Notarize platform - this is required to comply with the laws and industry standards that govern remote online notarization. Despite the myths, it's an easy application process that can be completed in a few minutes and you'll receive your digital certificate in less than twenty four hours.Read more
Currently, the Notarize platform is built so all notarizations are serviced by notaries who are on-staff with us. Notaries on our platform are employed by Notarize and they work from our offices in Texas and Virginia. By having the notaries be our direct employees, we can staff them 24/7/365 and ensure quality training and compliance checks. This also allows us to deliver a quality level of service to our business customers without them having to worry about the overhead and logistical concerns like E&O insurance. Our notaries are all certified by the National Notary Association.
In the future, we’ll likely open the platform for independent notaries to use the platform, but we aren't quite there yet.Read more
When you needed to get a document notarized, it usually meant waiting in line at a bank, a FedEx or UPS, or at the Post Office down the street. This can be a huge hassle for people who don't have the ability to take time off work or leave home to find a notary public. And, even if you can find the time, the next question is always Where Can I Get Something Notarized? Or, Where Can I Find a Notary? Or even better, Where Can I Get Something Notarized for Free?
Your local UPS is usually the only place that might be able to offer cheap notary services.
Between scheduling time to get the document notarized and finding a UPS nearby, getting a document notarized in person usually means more work and less convenience.Read more
Looking for a Notary near you? Need a document notarized?
Usually getting a document notarized means waiting in line at a bank, a FedEx or UPS, or at the Post Office down the street. This can be a huge hassle for people who don't have the ability to take time off work or leave home to find a notary public. And, even if you can find the time, the next question is always Where Can I Get Something Notarized? Or, Where Can I Find a Notary? Or even better, Where Can I Get Something Notarized for Free?Read more