What are your hours of operation?

24/7, 365 days a year.

What are the system requirements?

We recommend clients use Google's Chrome browser (Click here to download) on a laptop or desktop computer (Mac or PC) with a webcam.  We also support the Firefox browser, and Safari (with a plug-in installation). We also offer a iOS app, available in the Apple App Store.  Some clients are also able to connect with an Android-based mobile devices but this is not recommended.  If you are not sure if you have a webcam, open your Chrome browser and visit this website (Click Here to Test).  For best results, you will also need a good internet connection (eg Wifi or Ethernet connection to cable internet or better).  We do not recommend use over 3G and 4G mobile data devices such as hotspots or smartphone tethering.

Can multiple people sign? What if they are in different places? What if they aren’t available at the same time?

We can accommodate multiple signers, from any combination of locations.  We can also schedule multiple signing sessions.  Email info@notarycam.com to set up multi-signer appointments.

How do I sign my document?

Do not sign your document before you upload it to NotaryCam.  We use electronic signing (e-signing) technology that requires no additional hardware on your end, just your keyboard.  When you are in session with a notary, you will e-sign by typing your name onto the document. We embed a number of security features into the document to protect the validity of your signature. The legal validity of e-signatures is well established by the ESIGN Act of 2000 and UETA.

Is this legal in my state?

Yes!  We have successfully and legally notarized documents for people from all 50 states, as well as people overseas.

All our notaries are licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia, and are official representatives of the state. Although only notaries licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia are allowed to notarize documents online, Virginia explicitly gives its notaries the ability to notarize documents from people outside of Virginia.  In addition, the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the US Constitution requires each state respect the "public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state."

Underlying this, electronic signatures were generally made equal to "wet" signatures back in 2000 with the signing of the E-SIGN Act.

I submitted my document, now what?

Our notaries will send an email out to you within a few minutes upon submitting your request. There are times when all notaries are busy in session so, if you do not receive a timely response please schedule the next appointment with a notary by Clicking HereNOTE: Please check your spam folder and in the future allow us from notarycam.com

I’m confused, will a notary drive to me?

Our online service is digital and electronic. During your ceremony you will be electronically signing your document (by simply typing in your name) and your notary will apply an electronic notary seal - for more information regarding the Virginia legislation please click HERE

How can I test my webcam? – Do I even have one?

The easiest way to test your webcam is by visiting this site by clicking here: Test My Webcam, this will walk you through to make sure everything is setup correctly.

Can you notarize a document that isn’t written in English?

Not at this time. Please follow the following steps to translate into English: 1.) Go to www.onehourtranslation.com and have the document translated. 2.) Upload the translated form to Lets Get Started.

Can Marriage certificates, Birth or Death certificates be notarized?

Virginia notaries are NOT authorized to notarize and certify true copies of these documents at this time.

Can I notarize an I-9?

We do not notarize I-9 forms at this time.

What time zone are you in?

Eastern Time Zone. To check out current time please click here:  Eastern Time 

What type of payments do you accept?

We accept all major credit cards and also Paypal.