Notary As We Know It Is Rapidly Changing

Since we completed the first e Notary mortgage closing back in 2004 not much has changed, until now. Today, the ability to close a RE/MTG transactions completely online, for the convenience of all parties – anytime and from anywhere in the world – is now a reality. No need to hop in car to attend a physical…

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  • 4 March, 2017

NotaryCam Saved Another Real Estate Closing (And Another…)

Recognized as an innovative leader by NAR/REach/Second Century Ventures and having processed tens of thousands of transaction across the World,  we continue to provide the most convenient and valuable service to consumers and Real Estate / Mortgage Industry stakeholders. We are proud to announce a recent sampling of the daily testimonials received and how we’re…

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  • 12 July, 2016

Identity Theft Tops Mortgage Fraud List

According to National Mortgage News identity theft tops the list of the top 7 lies told to lenders. Identity fraud is the number 1 crime in America and is expected to grow for many years to come. We offer the only mortgage e-Closing platform and Industry utility that stops fraud dead in it’s tracks- BEFORE it…

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  • 6 January, 2016

NotaryCam Tech MVP Award Recipient for Security

Computer Technology Review Honors NotaryCam’s Online E-Notary Service With a Most Valuable Product (MVP) 2015 Award ALEXANDRIA, VA–(Marketwired – Aug 3, 2015) – This week, NotaryCam — the world’s only completely online notary service — received a coveted Most Valuable Product (MVP) award in the “Security” category for 2015 from Computer Technology Review for its…

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  • 3 August, 2015

NotaryCam Is a Finalist for High-Tech Innovation Awards

ALEXANDRIA, VA, Jul 22, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — NotaryCam, the world’s only completely online notary service, has been named as a finalist in the Clean Tech / Green Tech category of the 22nd Annual OC Tech Alliance High-Tech Innovation Awards. With more than 12 years of experience in an emerging technology, NotaryCam is the…

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  • 22 July, 2015

Montana Becomes Second State to Legalize Online Notarization

The state of Montana just became a technology innovation leader. This month, Montana Governor Steve Bullock signed a bill that will make it legal for a document signed by a person in a remote location to be notarized electronically by a licensed Montana notary public, using a webcam or other audio-visual conference technology. Aside from…

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  • 26 May, 2015

Equities.com Interview with Rick Triola

When you think of cutting-edge technology, the age-old, bureaucratic necessity of document notarization probably doesn’t immediately spring to mind. However, NotaryCam is helping to bring document notarization into the digital age by offering customers the opportunity to have documents signed and notarized securely and in real-time – anywhere in the world. We had the chance to sit…

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  • 9 December, 2014

Real Estate Fraud is Simple

It’s been years since Robo-Signing nearly collapsed our economy and yet real estate fraud continues to be live and well. It is more evident than ever that a platform like NotaryCam will play a tremendous role to stop fraud BEFORE it actually happens.It’s just not enough for today’s notary ‘best practices’ to just view a…

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  • 25 November, 2014

Defective Notary Invalidates Prenup

THOMPSON REUTERS 5/30/2013 By Daniel Wiessner ALBANY, N.Y. (Reuters) – A paperwork error rendered a Rochester couple’s prenuptial agreement invalid, and the husband could not save the pact by filing an affidavit during divorce proceedings 10 years later, the Court of Appeals has ruled. A six-judge panel on Thursday unanimously agreed with Michelle Galetta, who…

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  • 2 June, 2013

Three Texas Public Notaries Posing as Immigration Attorneys Shut Down

Joey Palacios Thursday, May 30, 2013 <p><a href=”http://kpbs.media.clients.ellingtoncms.com/audio/2013/05/30/NOTARIOS-JP.mp3″>Download audio clip</a></p> SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Three businesses posing as law firms along the Texas-Mexico border have been shut down for falsely claiming they could provide immigration services. The firms were taking advantage of Spanish speakers’ understanding of the word “notario.” The original complaint from the Texas…

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  • 2 June, 2013