RON (Remote Online Notary) Qualifications
Many people ask about this service but think
it's different than it actually is.
Please see the information below for clarification.
RON (remote online notary) is the only "contactless" notary that is available.
I will need information from you to see if you and your documents qualify for RON
NOTE: In some instances, a substitute form of ID
qualification can be made but it is uncommon.
If you can answer “Yes” to the following questions, then you will most likely qualify for RON and can complete the ID process using the DocVerify platform:
NOTE: PASSPORTS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE
4. Do you have at least five (5) years of US credit history?
5. Are you a US citizen?
You must also have a US phone number with text message capabilities. This is very important and is needed to complete the identity verification as you will be required to take a picture of your US ID card.
Other items needed:
If you meet the above criteria, I will need to review your document to give you a price quote. Quote is determined on signatures and any setup that is needed.
RON (Remote Online Notary) Procedure
1. You send me the documents,
preferably in an editable format (word is best, pdf is not as editable but will
do) so I can update the notary section for signing along with name, cell phone
and email address of the signer(s). Once I view the documents, I can give you
an accurate quote. You can also look at the fees page link.
2. Make payment in the
form of Zelle, PayPal or credit card over the phone.
3. I upload your documents
onto the platform. (I get charged when doing this so payment is required in
4. When I upload the documents
for editing and notarizing, a link is sent to the email of the signer(s).
5. Signer(s) click
through the email link, answer security questions and upload the ID
verification pics (selfie, front/back of driver license) through the link.
Please see videos on how to do this, below.
NOTE: In some instances
where the signers cannot qualify for ID, steps 5 and 6 are replaced with
different steps for ID verification. This is on an individual case basis only
and not common.
7. We set a time to
notarize the document. This can be done within minutes of approval or days or
weeks later, depending on the client’s schedule.
8. The documents are
virtually notarized and as soon as we disconnect, the notarized document(s) is/are
sent to the email of the client(s).
Please contact me if you have any questions after reviewing this information and watching the videos below. Thank you ;)