DocVerify has simplified the process of obtaining electronic stamp for all commissioned public notaries in California
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (PRWEB) August 30, 2018
The catch-up game is over as California authorizes and approves DocVerify to manufacture the electronic seals for commissioned notaries in the state as DocVerify’s electronic notary platform exceeds most of the security standards set forth by the industry. The decision is not a surprise because Californian notaries have always used DocVerify as their preferred platform for electronic notarization services from the beginning.
DocVerify is famous among independent notaries and large organizations in California as well as many other states for reliable electronic notarization and remote notarization products. It allows independent notaries to start their business and those working for organizations a user-friendly and safe as well as secure platform to deliver their notarization services to their respective clients.
An electronic seal is compulsory for electronic notarization services in California as without it a notary cannot perform an e-notarization. DocVerify will be manufacturing the required electronic seal specifically for users of the DocVerify e-notary platform.
DocVerify has simplified the process of obtaining electronic stamp for all the notaries in the state. They can log on to the platform, provide the necessary details and documents as part of the application process, send in their Certificate of Authority from the state, and wait as DocVerify creates an exclusive electronic seal stamp for them that’s only accessible to the notary that owns it.
After successful completion of the process, the notary will have an e-stamp available in the system. This will remove the need of any additional software or hardware components that notaries traditionally needed to notarize documents. It’s as simple as signing in, uploading the documents to be notarized or working through an integration partner, and then simply notarizing them through their browsers.
Here, electronic notarization should not be confused with remote notarization. In remote notarization, there is no need for the participants to be physically present personally before the notary. The person that requires notarization can appear on the webcam and the notarization can be done without physical presence. At this moment, California does not allow remote notarizations; however, in the near future it should also be also possible in California.
DocVerify is successfully helping notaries provide electronic notarization and remote notarization in over 28 states right now. It does not hire notaries to perform notarization. Instead, it is an open platform that lets individuals provide their electronic notarization services and start their own e-notary businesses unlike many call center type notary services that hire their own notaries, and only pay them a fraction of what is collected.
The best thing for notaries is that they get to use a platform that’s not only secure, but also lets them make ample money from their services. They don’t have to work for organizations to use DocVerify e-notary platform and pay heavy commissions from their earnings.
DocVerify provides the most reliable e-notary platform for electronic notarizations in more than two dozen states. Its safe platform lets notaries provide electronic notarization as well as remote notarization or online notary. The platform has been spreading quickly in states that allow e-notarization or remote notarization or both. DocVerify’s e-notary platform comes with the peace of mind for notaries because it is ISO certified. It is the favorite platform of thousands of notaries across 28 states for providing e-notarization services. For notaries looking to start their own business or organizations that want a safe and robust solution to deliver e-notarization and remote notarization, they can know more about the platform at http://www.docverify.com.