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How to Get Signed On for Your Notarized Document Remotely

June 01, 20242 min read

How to Get Signed On for Your Notarized Document Remotely

Software: Notarize

Introduction Hello and welcome! My name is Katie, and I'm excited to guide you through the process of signing and notarizing your documents remotely using our partner software. This article will walk you through each step, ensuring a smooth and efficient experience.

Step 1: Accessing the Document First, click on the link provided to access your document. You’ll see an option that says “Sign Document Now.” Click on this to begin the process.

Step 2: Preparation To avoid any last-minute issues, I recommend starting this process about 10 minutes before your scheduled time. This allows you to address any questions or technical issues in advance. If you need help, you can always give me a call.

Step 3: Required Items Before you start, make sure you have the following:

  • A valid form of ID.

  • A good device for signing (preferably a Zoom-capable laptop).

  • A reliable internet connection.

  • For document closings, have your wire instructions ready.

Step 4: Signing the Document Click on the “Sign Document Now” button to start. You will be prompted to choose a password, so go ahead and do that. You will then see an explanation of what the process entails and the documents you’ll need. Click on “Get it Notarized” to proceed to the next screen.

Step 5: Reviewing the Document In this step, you’ll be in a mock session with no actual customer information. Review your document carefully. If you have any questions, feel free to email or call. If everything looks good, click “Continue.”

Step 6: Setting Up for the Notarization You will need to allow camera and microphone access so the notary can see and hear you. The software will check your internet connection. Once everything is set, click “Continue.”

Step 7: Identity Verification To verify your identity, you’ll need to provide your first and last name, date of birth, and the last four digits of your social security number. Fill out the information and click “Continue.”

Step 8: Meeting with the Notary Finally, you will meet directly with your notary. If you have any questions or issues at any point, feel free to reach out for assistance.

Conclusion And that’s it! You are now ready to sign and notarize your documents remotely. This process is designed to be simple and efficient, ensuring that your experience is smooth from start to finish. Thank you for choosing our service!

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Anthony Candelario

Katie has done several virtual closings for my title company. She has always been extremely professional, always on time, and always prepared. Highly recommended and we will continue to use her.

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As an attorney who frequently requires the services of a mobile notary, I highly recommend Katie for all your notary needs. She is always professional, punctual, and efficient in providing notary services. She has a wealth of knowledge regarding legal documents and ensures that all documents are properly executed and notarized.

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I had no idea that this kind of service existed, but I am so glad I did...Katie made the whole process very easy. I really like the fact that she can provide virtual services so I don't have to drive across town or coordinate schedules.

Rebecca Kroseberg

We helped a family member purchase a home out of state. This was a super stressful process, as all of us were in another state than the house that was being purchased. Katie helped out in a pinch with her virtual notarization services. Most importantly, using her virtual service meant not having to take time off work to go to a local notary and wait around. She made the process easy and had everything prepped. Highly recommend!

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