Remote Online Notary (R.O.N.) or e-Notary is legal, and secure. In many situations it is faster and more convenient than traditional notary. R.O.N. also provides additional recorded video proof that can be used in the event of a legal challenge. Remote Online Notary is an alternative to travelling to meet a notary or having a notary come to you. You pay the State defined rate of $25 per endorsement with no additional fees by using this friendly neighborhood notary.
Remote Online Notary service is intended for use by persons who are computer knowledgeable. If you aren't experienced with using electronic documents, online identity verification, and video calling, then in-person notary services may be a better fit for you. In person notary services are often available for free or no cost at most local bank branches. In some regions libraries and government offices also provide free in-person notary services. Title companies, and office supply stores such as Staples, OfficeMax, and Fedex may also provide in-person notary services for a small fee. Some regions have mobile notaries which can come to your home or office for a fee. Try searching for "mobile notary" on google to see if one is available in your area.
Indiana state law requires the transaction to be witnessed via webcam. Each person involved in the transaction is required to have a device with a webcam and broadband Internet connection. Each person involved in the transaction is currently required to have either FireFox or Google Chrome when using Windows, the latest Safari or Chrome on the latest Mac OS, Chrome on Android, and if using IOS such as IPad or IPhone it must be IOS 11 or higher with Safari version 11 or higher. This feature will not work without the correct browser respective to the device. Using a broadband internet connection and up-to-date Mac or PC is highly recommended.
State laws usually require that a third party that specializes in ID verification or KBA to be able to generate at least 5 questions that only that signer knows the answers to, and the signer must answer 4 or more questions correctly within 2 minutes. The signer can be given a second chance to answer questions again; however, if they fail it a second time the notary is not allowed to continue or perform the remote notarization either for a specific time period or permanently.
In order to pass online identify verification all signers MUST:
$25 per acknowledgement/stamp. (Standard Indiana Remote Online Notary Fee)
Fees pay the notary's (civil service) expenses including training, certification, licensing, insurance, and technology. They do not provide a profit and are not negotiable.
Nathan Smith-Manley is licensed as a Notary Public by the State of Indiana (License #NP0724007) and Remote Notary by the State of Indiana (License #NR0000426). Indiana law governs notarial acts performed here. Laws in all states (except Iowa) as well as the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the U.S. Constitution recognize and accept common out-of-state notarization. You do not have to be a resident or located within the State of Indiana to use this service.
Nathan Smith-Manley uses the docVerify platform approved for use by the Indiana Secretary of State's office. All instruments are executed in the County of LaPorte, State of Indiana.
Nathan Smith-Manley has passed an industry standard background check required for NNA CNSA certification conducted by Backgrounds Online, 1915 21st Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 on 12/29/20, valid for one year. The result of this background check is recorded on the signingagent.com profile and a copy of the full report is available upon request.
Experience and EducationNathan Smith-Manley has over 15 years of experience as a professional notary civil servant having had commissions in Florida, Colorado, and Wisconsin. Nathan is currently commissioned in Indiana and Michigan.
Nathan has notarized over 500 recorded documents without errors.
Nathan is a National Notary Association Certified Notary Signing Agent (#161040608). CNSA is the defacto certification for professional notaries public in which title companies and lenders trust and recognize.
Nathan has successfully completed the National Notary Association specialized training program for Remote Online Notary as required by the Indiana Secretary of State.
Nathan has an Associate of Arts Degree from Siena Heights University, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Purdue University. Graduating Cum Laude in 2008, and has worked in related professions in the Private and Public Sectors.
Nathan also has experience in the Information Techonology field as a Systems Administrator, Programmer/Analyst, and is CompTIA Network+ certified. Nathan is also a F.C.C. licensed General Class Amateur Radio Operator (KC8MTQ).
What does a Notary Public do?
A Notary Public, is a trusted member of the public, they are fair, and an impartial public servant and not an entrepreneur or employee of a lender, or title company.
A notary public's function is to verify the identification of an individual
signing a document and assure they of sound mind to take part in the transaction.
A Notary Public will not provide legal advice, or influence, and must not have a substantial interest in the transaction. A notary public does not make a profit from the public service they provide. A notary public may charge a State approved fee to cover their expenses.
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