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NotaryCam Brings Notary Services Into the Digital Age

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 18, 2015

NotaryCam has announced that it will demonstrate the company’s innovative digital notary technology at the Mortgage Banking Conference & Expo on March 29 in Orlando, Fla. NotaryCam offers secure and legally notarized documents online within minutes via live Web conference from anywhere in the world, creating a perfect solution for businesses looking to improve their eClosing capabilities—while offering security features to stop fraud before it occurs.

“With so many technological changes in the mortgage industry over the years, notary services alone remain the last vestige of an antiquated system—a tedious and time-consuming throwback to a paper-filled era,” said C. Richard Triola, president and CEO of NotaryCam. “NotaryCam changes all that. We are disrupting an ancient business and signing up hundreds of new customers every month. Residential and commercial buyers like us because we make notary services much easier and faster for them. Lenders prefer us because we provide same-day closing, a secure e-Closing process that includes a video/audio record of all transactions and a virtual ‘closing room’ where all parties can meet and close at their convenience, especially the stressed-out and busy consumer.”

With browser-to-browser video conferencing, NotaryCam makes clean, real-time video conferencing possible. NotaryCam Academy continues to graduate professionally certified e-Notaries and now, with NotaryCam’s latest release, more than 1,000 highly-skilled Virginia-based notaries can be trained in electronic notary. Only NotaryCam can promise highly-skilled, secure notary services online to anyone who needs documents notarized.

NotaryCam’s technology allows users to upload a document, connect to a live Notary face-to-face on a Webcam and electronically sign that document. The notary will verify and confirm a user’s identity and apply his or her eNotary seal. The documents are then routed to the appropriate parties and securely stored.

“The role of the notary is to witness and identify people,” Triola said. “By taking today’s technology tools that positively authenticate identity and applying them to that established business model, we are able to provide much safer and secure notary services.”

Published
Mar 18, 2015
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