Here at Jeff's Mobile Notary Service, we use a RON Platform called Secured Signing. Secured Signing is one of the most secured notary platforms in the world with built in ID and KBA Verification service.
Remote Online Notary Service (RON) should not be confused with eNotary service. With RON, the parties do not have to be physically present, and the notarization can be performed entirely online. Jeff's Mobile Notary Service is an approved RON provider and we are happy to offer remote notary service. All you do is email your documents to us we prepare them and upload them to the Secured system and invite you to sign via email link.
Up to a 30 Minute Appointment.
What's included - 1 Document, 1 ID Verification, 1 KBA Verification
*Additional fees for additional ID and KBA Verification.
Additional charge will applies after the 30 minute appointment goes over by 5 minutes.
First document included in the $35.00 Fee Each Additional Document is an additional $10.00 Administration fee.
Additional Signer - Mandatory ID Verification with Facial Recognition match.
*REQUIRED ON ALL RON NOTARIZATION.
Additional Signer - Mandatory Knowledge-Based Authentication.
*REQUIRED ON ALL RON NOTARIZATION.
NOTE: All administrative fees do not include the state maximum notarial act fee. Each notarial act is an additional fee.
Remote online notary is someone who has received a notary public commissioned by the state. Instead of meeting with someone in person, a remote online notary will meet with someone virtually. You will use video conferencing technology to meet with a notary public. Then, you will go through the same steps as you would if you were meeting with a notary public in person.
Yes, you are allowed to use remote online notarization services in Pennsylvania. You should take a look at the documents you are getting notarized and reach out to a virtual notary service ahead of time to learn more about what the process will entail.
No, you do not have to be in Pennsylvania to use virtual notary services. Instead, the notary is only allowed to notarize documents from his or her state. A notary is only allowed to notarize documents if he or she is in Pennsylvania and has been commissioned by the state. You can work with a Pennsylvania notary from just about anywhere.
There is a wide variety of documents you can notarize using services from Jeff's Mobile Notary. For example, you may have to get documents notarized for a real estate transaction. Or, you may have legal documents that need to get notarized before you can submit them to a court of law. A virtual notary in Pennsylvania can help you overcome these hurdles.
If you are interested in notarizing something online in Pennsylvania, you need to take a look at the appointment calendar to find a time that works for you. Then, you should receive an email link allowing you to upload your documents. When it is time for the appointment, you will meet with the notary public using video conferencing technology. The notary public will walk you through the steps, and you will download your notarized documents when you are done.
No, you do not have to be physically present with the notary public to go through the session. Instead, you should be in front of the camera during the session so that you can communicate with the notary public using video conferencing technology.
A notary public and the system will be responsible for verifying the identification documents submitted. You will also have to answer a few questions before the session to make sure you are who you say you are.
You can print off the document, sign it with a pen, and scan it back to the system. Or, you may be able to use an electronic signature. The notary public will let you know what you need to do.
It depends on how many documents you have to get notarized. The session should not take any longer than it would if you were meeting with a physical notary public.
Yes, it is safe and secure to use a remote online notary service. Make sure you verify the encryption services of the platform before getting started. If you use Jeff's Mobile Notary, all of your information will be encrypted from start to finish, making sure you are protected.
You should consider working with an Remote online notary because this can help you save time and money during the process. You don’t have to worry about driving all over town looking for a notary public, and you can meet with a notary on your own schedule.