Frequently Asked Questions
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Negretes Notaries FAQs
Please visit our Submit a Notary Request page to submit your request in seconds.
You will receive a confirmation email and a follow up call from one us shortly after you submit a notary request to finalize the details.
Advance notice is preferred, but we can offer same day availability, if needed. If you need immediate assistance, please call us at (754) 465-9014.
Our service will accommodate your clients’ schedule anytime and anywhere. We are available to do closings 24/7, 365 days a year.
Yes, we have professional notary signing agents across the USA.
The notary fee is typically collected on your closing statement or can be paid online by credit card (no cash). Notary services start at just $65.
For personal service, we accept credit card payments (online). For Real Estate closings, the fee can be collected at closing and a check can be mailed to our office. No cash.
Please click on New Client Registration to sign up as a new client or call us directly at (754) 465-9014.
Yes, we have Errors and Omissions (E&O) insurance. All of our courtesy closers have undergone background checks, are completely competent to handle any of your assignments, and are protected by our $1,000,000.00 umbrella E&O policy.
General Notary FAQs
A remote or online notary is a notary public who is authorized to notarize documents over the internet through video conferencing by a special approved website or platform.
Remote or online notarization involves the use of video conferencing technology to allow a notary public to verify a signer's identity and witness the signing of a document in real time.
Yes, remote or online notarization is legal in many states and countries, and the number of jurisdictions that allow it is growing.
The types of documents that can be notarized remotely or online vary by state or country, but typically include things like affidavits, contracts, deeds, powers of attorney, and wills. See Negretes Notaries’ list of services here.
The identification requirements vary by state or country, but typically require the signer to present government-issued identification, such as an unexpired driver's license and/or passport. Please contact us if you have a question about your identification.
Each state has a set fee per stamp but a notary can also have additional expenses such as travel fee, print fee, witness fee or platform fees, etc. All fees will be disclosed when a notarization request has been requested.
The time it takes to get a document notarized online depends on the platform and the complexity of the document or how many pages are needed to be signed, but it typically takes less than 30 minutes.
The online notarization process is generally considered secure, as it involves the use of secure video conferencing platforms and identity verification procedures. For more details, please contact us.
Yes, you should receive a copy of your notarized document from the notary public after the notarization process is complete.
If you need to make changes to a notarized document after it has been signed, you will need to have the document re-notarized.
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