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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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Online Public Notary, NotaryCam, Partners with Davinci Virtual Office Solutions

August 26th, 2014 No comments

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Davinci Virtual Office Solutions and NotaryCam announced the successful launch of the virtual office industry’s first 100% online on-boarding process for new Davinci clients. The new streamlined process is enabled by Davinci’s technology integration with the online notary service platform operated by Davinci’s partner, NotaryCam, and is offered to all Davinci virtual office clients as part of their initial sign-up process. Aside from representing a huge convenience factor for clients, the new initial online notary service provides quicker turn-around times along with increased security features.

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Georgia Political Candidate Sues After Notary Rejection

August 5th, 2014 No comments

“A Libertarian candidate for the Georgia House of Representatives has sued the state elections director after she disqualified nearly all of the petitions that had been collected in an effort to get the candidate on the general election ballot in November.”

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Phony lawyers calling themselves notarios continue to scam unsuspecting immigrants

March 28th, 2014 No comments

EL PASO — A “Now Renting” sign and an empty office is all Irma Castañeda found when she went to ask her immigration attorney how her deferred action petition was proceeding. She had paid the man who turned out not to be a lawyer at all $2000 to solve her immigration problem.

Had the scam never happened, Castañeda would be done with her deferred action process. In the meantime, she is not allowed to work and she is desperate because her husband was deported recently, the house he started to build for them at Horizon City is unfinished, and she cannot feed or provide any comfort to her two daughters — Rosalva, 12, and Jackeline, 9, who was born with a developmental disability.

According to immigrant advocates, individuals setting up phony legal offices on the bilingual U.S.-Mexico border are taking advantage of the frequent confusion between the term notario público understood to usually denote a lawyer in Mexico and notary public, which in the U.S. is a person with no legal training, with the very limited legal authority of a licensed notary public to basically attest to the validity of a signature on a document for a $6 fee.

As a consequence, this misconception often leads to cases of immigrants becoming victims of extortion from shady individuals passing themselves off as immigration attorneys.

“Undocumented immigrants are in desperate situations and…

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Future Olympiad

February 21st, 2014 No comments

We really appreciate folks that take the time to say thanks-we all should do this every day..thanks Jerry!

Thank you, Rick.

My son was in a pinch. He received an invitation to travel abroad with friends of our family. One of those once in a lifetime opportunities.

One day before his departure I found out he needed a parental permission document notarized. Unfortunately, our region was hit by a major snow storm and we were hunkered down for almost 24 hours. Naturally, the local banks were closed and it looked like he might have to cancel the trip–one of those difficult life lessons.

My wife then went on the proverbial Web surf and found your company on-line and available 24/7. Remarkable. I scheduled an appointment, met with your notary Rusty, and completed the business in under 20 minutes. Quite seamless.

Rusty was pleasant, knowledgable, and professional. What I greatly appreciated was the extra effort he made to ensure I received the document, particularly after we lost power and access to the Internet.

My son arrived safely (see below) at his destination and is having the time of his life! I truly appreciate the part your company and Rusty played in making this all happen.

Jerry Nymberg

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