Remote online notary platform for mobile notaries.
Texas law now allows commissioned online notaries to do the notarial acts of traditional notaries including secure electronic document notarizations for affidavits and acknowledgments. Notary.io is a bring your own transaction platform. If you are an existing Texas Remote Online Notary (“RON”) doing regular weekly online notarizations in your business and you have and are proficient in the use of Adobe Acrobat Pro™ pdf editing software or similar software you may qualify for a Notary.io business account and both our platform and service may be useful to your existing RON business.
How it works
CREATE A SESSION
Create a secure session link for your client and witnesses to access
SECURELY VERIFY SIGNER
The client takes a secure ID proofing KBA (knowledge-based authentication) test to access the session
CONNECT & SIGN
The client and the notary will join a recorded video session and complete the notarial act and certificate
FINISH & DOWNLOAD
Notary will lock the document and the client will be able to download their notarized document.
Seamlessly notarize eDocs for your
clients across town or out-of-state
Many legal documents may be notarized online including:
- Affidavits / Jurats
- Trust Documents
- Estate planning documents
- Sworn Account Petitions
- Settlement Agreements
- Property Deeds
- Deeds of Trust
- Discovery responses
- Royalty Agreements
- Waiver of Citation
- Lien Waivers
- Confidentiality Agreements
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Notary.io provide me with notarization work to do?
Notary.io is a “bring your own transaction” platform and does not send work to notaries on the platform.
How long does it take to get setup as an Online Notary?
What states have online notarization laws?
Currently, there are 34 states that have enacted some form of permanent remote online notarization law: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. [updated July 15, 2021]
Does my client have to be present in Texas?
Is Notary.io currently hiring notaries?
At the moment we are not hiring any internal notaries for our platform.
What kinds of documents can I notarize online?
You can notarize any document permitted by your state for online notarization. Please visit your state’s Secretary of State website for a list of approved documents. In our home state of Texas virtually anything you can notarize in person you can notarize online as authorized by “Tex. Gov’t Code § 406.107. AUTHORITY TO PERFORM ONLINE NOTARIZATIONS. An online notary public has the authority to perform any of the functions authorized under Section 406.016 as an online notarization.”
How do I pay for the use of the Notary.io platform?
Can I notarize documents from my home?
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Build Your Remote Notary Package
Combine any number of our three service offerings to create a custom-tailored solution for your online notary business.
The “Mobile Notary Plan” is for startup remote notaries and sole proprietorships. All “Mobile Notary” users must be able to use Adobe Acrobat Pro™ pdf editing software or similar software that works with the Notary.io platform. If you believe you should qualify for a business account please fill out the the get access form found here.
Remote Notary Plan
Platform Access (5 sessions)
X.509 Signing Certificate