AmeriNotary Announces a New Platform to Deliver Assignments From Title Companies to Notary Loan Signing Agents

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New platform to debut on March 15, 2016. The service will be provided at no cost to title companies or notary loan signing agents.

AmeriNotary, a notary service provider startup that has developed a network of independent notary associates announces a new platform to deliver assignments directly from title companies to notary loan signing agents. That platform will make its debut on March 15, 2016. The service will be provided at no cost to title companies or notary loan signing agents.

Assignments will be made available to notary loan signing agents via SSL/TLS encrypted email, upon accepting the assignments the notary will be handed off to to the title company requesting notary services. The service incorporates https SSL encryption. Due to recent security warnings estimating that 11.5 million web servers using HTTPS are vulnerable to DROWN attack. The use of a secure VPN tunnel is recommended as an added measure to protect the integrity of data.

In 2015, AmeriNotary launched a website http://www.amerinotary.com designed to connect consumers and title companies with notaries public. Nearly 400 notaries have joined up for free. In 2016, AmeriNotary announced an Android application to deliver booking assignments directly to notaries. The application is available in the Google Play Store.

AmeriNotary was launched in response to a downtrend of the fees paid to notary loan signing agents. The free technologies developed by AmeriNotary are designed to cut out middle man agencies who have been absorbing the fees paid to notaries.

Disclaimer: AmeriNotary is not provider of legal services, is not a title insurance company, or real estate agency and makes no claim to provide these services. The Independent notary associates who work directly with title companies and consumers are not employees or contractors of AmeriNotary. Notaries are hired and paid directly by title companies and consumers.

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