An Online Notary Public is a commissioned Notary Public in the State of Texas who can perform remote notarial acts online. ProNotary can provide you with the items you need to overcome the Online Notary commissioning requirements such as an electronic seal and digital signing certificate.
ProNotary has developed an easy to use software solution that meets the requirements and standards set forth by the Secretary of State which will allow a Notary Signing Agent to easily conduct transactions with their clients. Take advantage of this new opportunity and get started with our innovative solution that is going to change the way documents get notarized in Texas.
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ProNotary specializes in developing and providing remote online notarization software that can be utilized by notaries and businesses to conduct notarial transactions with their customers by means of two-way video and audio conference technologies.
Yes. Texas House Bill 1217 allows a Notary Public in Texas to apply online and be appointed a license to perform online notarization. Once commissioned by the State of Texas, you may utilize our software solution in order to perform transactions that meets the standards adopted by the Secretary of State.
ProNotary charges a flat monthly rate that unlocks unlimited access to our platform. In addition, we charge a $9.95 processing fee on every transaction.
If you would like to get commissioned as an Online Notary Public in Texas, we can help provide you with the items you need in order to satisfy the legal requirements.
Our team will provide you with a digital certificate that is valid for 3 years and an electronic seal at a cost of $99 when bundled with the purchase of a plan and $129 without a plan.
Yes. You must also be a Notary Public in Texas.
Online notaries may charge up to $25 for each notarization they perform in addition to regular notary charges.
For example, if an online notary notarizes the signature of one person, the charge will be $31, i.e. $25 + $6 = $31
You are required to maintain your electronic seal and digital signing certificate with the Secretary of State at all times. If any changes are made to either one, you are required to provide the updated information to the Secretary of State.
ProNotary will only supply you with an electronic seal and digital certificate (PKI) used for digitally signing your documents to help you get started and overcome the technical requirements. However, we will never maintain your record with the Secretary of State.