We are now commissioned to Remote Online Notarizations, please find our
FAQs below but do not hesitate to reach out with specific questions,
we're here to make the process as easy as possible.


What is a Remote Online Notarization (RON)?

  • Completely remote electronic signing ceremony where both parties connect over a secure audio & video communication connection.
  • A signer must prove their identity to the notary by scanning their US goverment issued ID and answering a few identifying questions.
  • One of which is their SSN so the signer must be a US born citizen, no exceptions.
  • The documents will be signed virtually with a Washington State approved digital stamp and released to the signer upon payment.

What are the customer requirements?

  • Valid, US government issued ID (Driver's License, ID Card, or Passport). This will be verified by a 3rd party automatic system. 
  • Must be a US born citizen with a SSN.
  • Digital copy of documents (PDF), needs to be sent prior to appointment time. We will email you instructions. 
  • Computer or Smartphone must contain audio and video capabilities
  • Strong internet connection
  • Location ability required for additional security measure

What are the steps to complete a RON? 

  1. Set an appointment with a virtual notary
2. Our staff will reach out for some basic information and the PDF of the document.

    • You will then need to email the PDF documents. 
    • Your virtual notary will prepare the electronic documents ahead of the meeting with virtual components for signing, notarizations, and any other fields that need completion.
3. Verify your identity
  • An appointment link will be emailed to you.
  • You will take a clear photo of your id and upload to the system.
  • You will also need to answer some general identifying questions for added security.

4. Attend the meeting
  • Connect with the virtual notary using your computer or smartphone, be sure you have a good internet connection
  • The remote notary will ask a few identifying questions and then you will sign digitally and the virtual notary will notarize electronically

5. You will provide payment as soon as the appointment is complete and the documents will be released to you via email.