Ira's Mobile Notary is a hot new way of getting your documents notarized where and when you need them without ever leaving your home.
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The industry’s answer for a more convenient notary process is the mobile notary. But what is a mobile notary? How are they different from the notaries you might find in a bank or office park, and how do they ease the headache of getting documents notarized?
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eNotarization is an online notary service that allows you to work with a notary public to get your documents notarized. eNotary, utilize an electronic signature feature to sign the document and an electronic seal to certify it. My secure web program keeps the document confidential and tamper-resistant, so you don’t worry about your personal information getting hacked. E Notary is now available. E-Notary are a package amount. See below for price break out.
Electronic notarization (eNotarization) involves documents that are notarized in electronic form. The notary and customer both sign with an electronic signature, and both the notarial certificate and the notary seal are attached to or logically associated with the electronic record. Rather than a paper document and a rubber stamp notary seal, the notary digitally places his or her seal information into a document which exists as electronic data in a computer-readable form. But all other elements of a traditional paper notarization apply to electronic notarization, including the requirement for the signer to appear personally (physically) before the notary.
With remote online notarization (RON), the legal requirement that the signer personally appear before the notary is met by the use of audio-visual electronic communication or technology. The important role that the notary plays when a statement is made in or a signature executed on a record now occurs remotely over the internet. Remote online notarization is also called remote notarization, webcam notarization, online notarization or virtual notarization.
See below for price break out.
A Loan Signer or Loan Signing Agent is a notary public who notarizes loan documents. In reality, it involves a bit more work than regular mobile notary duties. You must be organized, professional, punctual, and you must be a people-person. Every time you go to a loan signing, you represent the company that hired you. This does not mean that you have to be a loan expert, but you do have to be a loan document expert.
Duties of a Loan Signer
I pledge that the service you will receive will be completed with the utmost quality and done right the first time or the service is free.
Do you have a project which requires a notary. Look no further. A mobile notary takes all the leg work out by coming to you. You can depend on the job being done right the first time or its free. Here's my commitment to you:
I service the Tri-County area (Montgomery, Bucks, Philadelphia) as well as, Lehigh, Delaware and Chester Counties.
Payment types accepted cash, credit. Checks will be accepted with the knowledge that a returned item will be penalized $75 extra.
Prices for notarizing are set by the PA Department of State. A small travel fee is added to come to you
FREE ESTIMATES AVAILABLE
Local under 5 miles $15
5-20 miles $20
20-35 miles $35
35-50 miles $45
50-65 miles $55
E Notary services are priced as follows:
*Travel to and from your location is not included in the State approved fee and is added to make Mobile Notary Services more convenient for you.