HOW IT WORKS
At this time, our platform connects you with signers requesting a notarization and gives you the tools to complete it quickly, securely, and safely. In early 2021, we'll allow notaries in RON-approved states to serve their personal clients on the platform.
Upload your credentials – things like commission, E&O insurance, digital certificate, and state-specific docs.
Get approved within three business days. We'll review your profile and alert you if anything is missing.
Pay $0 in sign-up fees – seriously. Access training, our simulator, and your electronic stamp/seal – all free.
Train on your terms. Review our product training resources at any time, as often as you'd like.
Visit our office hours. Connect live with one of our notaries to get answers to your questions.
Jump into our simulator. Get a feel for what it's like to complete a meeting on the Notarize platform.
Submit a test transaction. We'll grade your practice session and get you ready to take real calls.
Choose when you work. Set your own hours to fit your personal and professional life.
Work from your home or office. Keep what you earn in your pocket and out of your gas tank.
Get $$ for each completed transaction, and see funds in your account as soon as the next business day.
Leave the recordkeeping to us. We'll manage your electronic journal, which you can access at any time.
Ready to serve clients? Want to join our "Bring Your Own Transaction" beta test? We're onboarding notaries in the following states. Click for each state's legal requirements.
You must be in good standing as a commissioned notary.
You must confirm you have the proper technology to conduct online notarizations.
You must obtain your electronic or online commission, which you can begin by clicking the above states.
• Please be prepared to show that you have been approved by your state's commissioning entity.
• Nevada notaries must submit their digital seal as part of their online commission application, which they can create and download here.
You must obtain a surety bond and at least $25,000 in Error & Omission insurance.
• Virginia notaries are not required to obtain a surety bond.
• Florida notaries must have a surety bond of at least $25,000.
You must complete the onboarding product training and pass the technology assessment.
• Florida and Nevada notaries must also provide proof of completion of state-required course and/or examination.
Would your business benefit from 24x7 access to online notaries? Notarize helps thousands of companies save time and money through our award-winning eSignature and online notarization tools.
* These solutions do not allow signing agents and mobile notary businesses to notarize on the platform.