What is Remote Online Notarization (RON), and how does it work?
What is a remote online notarial act, you may ask? Remote Online Notarization (RON) is the same as in-person notarization, but uses electronic online technologies to execute the signing of your documents. See below for more information on the process.
Are you ready to connect with a member of our notary staff online? If so, please use the link button to schedule an online signing time and upload a copy of the completed, unsigned document(s).
A member of our notary staff will contact you to confirm the signing time selected.
At Notary Professionals of Nevada, we can complete most notarial transactions by using live video conferencing software enabling you to appear before an electronic notary public online. Just as you would in person. Pricing information is listed below.
Remote Online Notarization Pricing:
Signature fees for remote online notarizations and Technology fees are listed below.
$25 for each signature notarized.
Technology fees apply.
Technology fees apply to all remote online notary sessions. Technology fees are in addition to signature fees. Technology fees are listed below.
$10 for a signer located within the United States
$25 for a signer located outside of the United State
**If a Remote Online Notary signing cannot be performed due to cancellation after the session begins, error or failure of authentication of identity by the signer, a fee of $15 per signer will be assessed**
Designed specifically for you and your busy schedule, online notarization does not require you to leave your home or office and eliminates traveling. Scheduling an appointment with one of our professional notaries is the best method to confirm your signing time. However, we understand that sometimes time is of the essence. This makes remote online notarization with Notary Professionals of Nevada the perfect solution to your notarization needs.
You will connect with an expert notary who will prepare your documents for your electronic signature using digital tools. Once the preparations are completed, you will be required to perform an authentication process to verify your identity. A photo of your government issued I.D., using your computer or smart device, will be required. After this enhanced identity
verification is completed, you will be on your way to having your document notarized.
Your document will receive an electronic notary stamp, signature, and a digital certificate. All of these tools protect your document. They include unique tracking abilities and are tamper evident. Meaning, after your document is signed and notarized, any changes made to the digital file after notarization will become apparent. Finally, you will receive a copy of the digitally notarized document via download after your online notary session in completed.