ESRA has published their first ever policy statement – electronically enabled notarization

Statement of Policy (Electronic Signature & Records Association) eNotarization ESRA supports state oversight of notarial laws, acknowledges the essential assurances provided by notarial acts, and further believes that these essential assurances can be achieved electronically. ESRA supports and encourages the nationwide adoption of e-Notarization laws, regulations or standards that: advance, enable and support the adoption…

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  • 8 April, 2016

Making a Difference

Congrats to our team of professional notaries and all the great effort this week – working with our amazing new friends from all over the US and throughout the World: A satisfied client! It was my first time to do notarycam and the experience was awesome. Done with my document in less than 5 minutes…

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  • 5 February, 2016

Accelerating the Inevitable

Accelerating the inevitable, a suitable mantra for any organization but certainly the focus of any startup… the old ship is anchored in the harbor. ‘Disruption’, I guess. Let’s take a look at the real estate/mortgage industry – stuck in status quo – reams of paper, antiquated processes, ongoing fraud, entrenched incumbents, ink wet signatures and…

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  • 2 February, 2016

Realogy selects NotaryCam for pitch competition

Real estate giant is holding its 3rd annual ‘FWD’ event on June 23 in San Francisco Real estate giant Realogy has announced the 15 real estate startups that will pitch their wares to execs at the firm’s third annual “FWD” Innovation Summit in San Francisco on June 23. Realogy founded the event in 2013 to…

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  • 10 June, 2015

NotaryCam founder offers mortgage industry insight

In a column for National Mortgage Professional Magazine, NotaryCam President and CEO, Founder Rick Triola offers invaluable insight gleaned from decades in the evolving mortgage industry. “How to Build Loyal Customers in a Capricious Era” examines how lenders and others in the industry can best cater to a customer base raised on convenience, speed and comparison…

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  • 3 June, 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

NotaryCam closing real estate from anywhere

One recent Monday morning while I was listening to a lecture in Chicago, I received a text from a colleague alerting me that NotaryCam had just helped a Texas couple close on their home. From Africa. A Texas couple was on the cusp of closing a sale on their home, but the husband was in…

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  • 13 May, 2015

E-Notary Versus Remote Online Notary: What Is In a Name?

Only NotaryCam offers a Truly Remote Online Notary Experience As states move to adopt e-Notary and Remote Online Notary laws, it is important to understand that these two terms describe distinctly different services. In much the same way that “Take Out” and “Delivery” offer the same end (tasty restaurant food in your own home) by…

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  • 12 April, 2015

Video Recordings Allowed as Evidence – Beijing

Over the past year we have successfully provided video notary services throughout the World and this Supreme Court decision validates the solid digital evidence required to ramp eCommerce adoption at a faster rate then is currently enjoyed in China. Audio and video and ecordings allowed as evidence also include sound recordings, image data, electronic signatures…

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  • 5 February, 2015

Watch our Super Bowl ad before the Big Game

Ok, tomorrow’s audience of 155 million people could use our remote online notary service, especially the New England Patriot fans buried in 3 feet of winter blizzard. Here’s our dilemma, our 90 second ad would have cost us $13.5 million so our (stingy) board pushed back. So, we got permission to deploy our loyal customers…

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  • 31 January, 2015