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VA AG Says e-Signatures OK for Voter Registration

October 5th, 2014 No comments

Once again, the Commonwealth of Virginia proves to be the e-Commerce leader in the US by allowing e-Signatures to legally bind voter registrations.

Virginia is the only state that has endorsed both  electronic signatures and remote online notarization’s offering secure convenience to today’s fast paced consumer and enterprises that want to close any type of transaction – on demand – anytime and from anywhere.

Settleware’s Notary Cam, the pioneering e-Sign and e-Notary leader, provides the highest level of ID verification/authentication, strongest fraud prevention and solid digital evidence over the Internet.

For complete story: http://watchdog.org/174842/elections-e-signatures-herring/

 

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Big Shout Out to Our Fav Aussie Client – Small Business Finalist

April 24th, 2014 No comments

We’re kind of like beaming parents to see one of our own on stage and being recognized as an ICON 2014 Small Business Finalist. A remarkable achievement in a very competitive and global marketplace. With a  lot of hard work, and a little Settleware automation to close deals in real time,  we congratulate Lisa and Hamish, Clean Corp, Sydney Australia.

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Long Awaited – FHA Approves e-Signatures

January 30th, 2014 No comments

It was announced today that the FHA will now accept e-Signatures. Industry pundits have said that the entire electronic real estate and mortgage transaction has been stalled to almost to a complete halt without this FHA buy-in. (E-Sign Act, June 2000)

Settleware has been advocating such advances and pioneering the effort since the late 90′s (and we have the arrows in the back to prove it)..this announcement will be well received by all Industry stakeholders, especially the consumer who has been needlessly inconvenienced, and will now open the path to e-Mortgage adoption.

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NotaryCam Provides Strongest Digital Evidence-Period!

November 20th, 2013 No comments

According to a recent article by Austin Kilgore, American Banker “Court rules that dictate procedures for admitting evidence should be updated to reflect the nature of contemporary digital recordkeeping, a pair of federal judges said ….Until these rules and procedures for admitting evidence are updated to better address electronic documents, it’s critical for institutions like banks and mortgage lenders and servicers to keep this challenge in mind when developing the technology and processes used to generate and manage records that may later need to be admitted in court.”

There are an estimated 500 million real estate/mortgage related notarizations performed in the US each year (with more than 2 billion signatures). At the end of the day, this commerce represents the highest value/highest liability transaction that any consumer will partake in and, we now know, that Industry fraud has taken down the entire US economy and almost the entire World with it. Robo signing must be halted immediately – NotaryCam’s patented digital signature and recordable online e-Notary/Closing solution provides the strongest authentication, safe guards and digital evidence available today and for the foreseeable future.

90 second video: https://www.notarycam.com/how-it-works/

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E-signatures and e-notaries: How far will new technology go?

October 14th, 2013 3 comments

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A notary’s job is to ensure an individual signing documents appears in person, is properly identified and acknowledges his signature in front of a trusted and impartial witness. The notary is the eyes and ears making sure the signer intends to sign, is competent to sign and is not being forced to sign the document. Technology and legislation, such as the Uniform Electronic Transaction Act (UETA), allow notaries and the signers to conduct the entire transaction electronically. but is that the best way?

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