Remote Online Notary

Idaho

What Is Remote Online Notarization (RON)?

Also known as virtual notarization, this is where the notary public uses online audio-visual communication to administer oaths and witness the signing of important documents. This allows participants from different locations to participate in the notarization process.

Idaho’s Most Trusted Mobile Notary Public

From taking care of your financial documents to refinancing a loan or a mortgage, you’ll certainly need the services of a notary in Idaho. But physically notarizing documents can be time-consuming and stressful. This is where our mobile notary service comes in.

As your full-service online notary public in Boise, ID, we use Knowledge-Based Authentication (KbA) technology to conduct your notarization sessions efficiently.

For the process to work, you must be a U.S. citizen and have a state-issued photo ID, and an email address since our KBA will ask you five security questions based on your state-issued ID, social security number, and credit report. We also recommend you use your computer or laptop to ensure a strong and dependable connection of at least 3mbps.

How Does Remote Electronic Notarization Work?

STEP 1: UPLOAD A DOCUMENT

You will send us the document that needs notarization via email or cloud services, and we’ll upload it to the signing platform.

STEP 2: PROVE YOUR IDENTITY

We’ll send you a link so you can verify your identity. In this process, you’ll need to answer a series of questions. Also, you should take a picture of your government-issued ID and upload it, and we’ll confirm your identity in seconds.

STEP 3: CONNECT WITH OUR LIVE NOTARY AGENT

Once we’ve verified your identity, you’ll receive another link to meet with our licensed notary public via webcam. You’ll then electronically sign your document, and we’ll add our notary stamp. The whole session will be recorded.

STEP 4: RECEIVE YOUR NOTARIZED DOCUMENTS

You’ll get an email with the notarized copy of your document straight away.

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How Does Remote Electronic Notarization Work?

I am committed to making my RON (Remote Online Notary) or eNotaryservices as easy as possible for my clients. Here is what you can expect:

  • You will send me your document and I will upload it to the signing platform.
  • You will receive a link to verify your identity, where you will answer a series of questions and upload images of your state issued ID.
  • Once I have verified your identity, you will receive another link to meet with me.
  • We will meet via webcam (this is a requirement) to electronically sign your document and I will add my notary stamp. The session will be recorded.
  • You will receive an email with the notarized copy of your document immediately.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Notarizing Documents Remotely

I use Knowledge Based Authentication (KbA) since a notary remote cannot physically inspect your identification. The KBA will ask you five security questions based on your social security number, credit report, and state issued ID. For this to work you must be a U.S. citizen and have an email address and have a state issued photo ID (can be a driver’s license or a passport).

I recommend a computer or laptop to ensure a strong, reliable connection of at least 3mbps. Your computer or laptop needs to have a webcam and working audio. Phones are not recommended because the speed and reliability of data is not high enough. If there is more than one person signing a document, a separate laptop or computer is needed for each person.

No! As long as you have a webcam, microphone (built-in works great) and an updated operating system on your computer, you won’t need any special software. Use Chrome (recommended) Safari, or Firefox as your web browser.