If you are a signer you can reside in any state and use our platform. Click Notarize Now to get started. As a notary, the requirement is based on state law. To find out if you can use the platform as a notary click here to see our map.
Remote Online Notarization (RON) uses secure audio-video technology to verify a person’s identity electronically and then review and sign documents for a complete, legally binding notarial act online.
Yes. The online notarization process enables a greater level of trust in verifying a signer’s identity because of the ability to leverage third-party identity service providers in real-time via communication technology.
Currently, 44 states have remote online notarization (RON) laws. Certain states require the Secretary of State to verify and approve RON platforms offered within their states.
eNotaryLog is proud to be the first Remote Online Notarization (RON) platform to be MISMO certified. Our RON platform is also SOC 2 compliant and was reviewed by fintech law firm DLA Piper. With our secure technologies and RON-certified in-house notaries, consumers and businesses can notarize documents anytime, anywhere.
Yes. Saving time and money are two of the biggest draws of remote online notarization, and it’s secure.
There are all kinds of documents that may need to be notarized as required by the courts or the document holder. The rules of which documents must be notarized vary from state to state. Documents that require notarization are agreements that grant someone legal rights; related to serious legal matters or have to do with large monetary transactions. This usually includes:
- Real estate deeds
- Powers of attorney
- Health directives
eNotaryLog can execute a wide range of documents with our licensed online notaries. For more information, visit our document types page.
Documents to be notarized must be in PDF format and no larger than 17MB. Our next product release will support PDF, DOC, DOCX and JPG formats up to 60MB in size.
Knowledge-based verification, commonly referred to as KBV, assesses a user’s knowledge by asking a series of questions about their personal history before granting access to an account with sensitive digital data. Read our blog post to learn more.
Yes! eNotaryLog is available on mobile for signers. Signers can enjoy the ease and convenience of the eNotaryLog platform on their Android or iOS mobile device. Have questions? Access our knowledge center for more information.
Yes. You can use eNotaryLog to complete real estate transactions. You will need to contact your lender and title company to make sure they accept an online notarization completed by a remote online notarization (RON) provider.
Please email email@example.com for more information and to schedule a closing date and time with your title company.
A single document with one signer can be notarized for $25. If you are a business looking for an enterprise solution, please visit our pricing page for more information.
First, you must apply with the National Notary Association to get your notary public certification. In addition, you must register with your Secretary of State and be RON-certified in your state.
An electronic signature or eSignature refers to a legally-binding signature that is executed electronically. eNotaryLog provides standalone electronic signature services separate from our online notarization services. When all you need is an electronic signature, we have you covered.