Well, I have not tried it. I do not know the legality if it. But darn, this is different. I would have to find out if this method is acceptable here. You always hear of folks having difficulty hooking up with a Notary. This sure gives a novel solution.
Yes! We can now sign and notarize our documents online via SignNow.com. It's fast, simple and free.
Thanks to my friend Duncan Wierman for sharing this super cool tech tool. Duncan Wierman is a marketing strategist helping small to medium sized businesses to develop online lead generation strategies that will make massive differences to sales revenues.
Here’s how it works…
You can start by creating a free account in SignNow.com. Upload any document, add your signature, add text, and just click “done”. For others to sign the document, just click "invite". Everyone will get an email of the document when it's completely signed.
To notarize online, just provide some information and the system will notify you by asking some quick questions. Then, the system will connect you with a notary face to face of a webcam. User needs to show his photo ID and add his signature. The notary will then add his signature, text and the notary seal just as if you're transacting face to face in person. Then, you'll just pay and download or email your notarized PDF. You can also print it and it will look like just your ordinary notarized document.
For more details, you can check out his blog at http://www.duncanwierman.com/blog/recommended-resources/how-to-notarize-documents-virtually/.
Regina P. Brown
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