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Plans For Independent Notaries

Basic GNW

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  • You get $25 for each notarization - no transaction fee or monthly fee
    Even if your state max is less than $25 - you still get paid $25! See your state max here
    Earn $4 for each additional seal
  • Early Adopter Bonus!
    • Personal e-notary seal included ($20 value!)
    • Personal digital certificate included ($66+ value!)
  • BYOC (Bring your own clients)
  • Unlimited GNW (General Notary Work)
  • Compliant electronic notary journal
  • Dashboard to manage sessions
  • Downloadable session recording stored for 10 years
  • Training video library
  • Email support

Pro Hybrid

$27 / month
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  • All Basic GNW features. You get $25 for GNW notarization.
  • Unlimited Loan Signings
    • Service fee $25 / signing pkg
    • Unlimited seals, no fee
  • Personal e-notary seal ($20 value)
  • Personal digital certificate ($66+ value)
  • BYOC (Bring your own clients) or take new requests from BlueNotary-sourced customers.
  • Add your own custom fees
  • Multiple participants
  • Templates library for pre-tagging common documents
  • Tag-to-tag toggling for quicker signing
  • Training video library
  • Priority chat/email support
For teams and businesses, see our Business Plans.

See the whole process at a glance.

Three Quick Steps

Step 1

Upload Your Documents

BlueNotary is your secret weapon for quickly and securely notarizing all your documents online.

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Step 2

Verify Your Identity

We use sophisticated, bank-grade security processes to ensure every signer is legit. Undoubtedly much more secure than traditional notarizations.

Step 3

Meet The Notary

Sign, seal, and send to whomever needs it after meeting the notary public agent in a live video/audio session.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What documents can be notarized on BlueNotary?

*Any digitized document that is in PDF format can be uploaded for notarization on the BlueNotary platform. (* in accordance to each state law permissions for remote online notarization)

What type of payments do you accept?

All major credit cards are accepted.

What documents can be notarized on BlueNotary?

BlueNotary can perform any notarization that is legal for online notarization in the state where the notary is commissioned. Some documents, such as birth certificates, death certificates, and court documents often require in-person notarizations or qualified witnesses. It's always best to check with the party that requires the notarized document to make sure that online notarizations are acceptable.

How does online notarization work?

Online notarization is the smarter, more secure, more convenient method to get a document notarized and sealed.

Upload a document to our secure servers, follow the prompt for our ID analysis and robust identity authentication process. Finally, meet with the commissioned notary public in a live video meeting to review, sign, and complete the notarization process for your documents. This includes the notary signing and attaching his or her seal to the document. After the 10 minute process is completed, your document will be available for download.

Is online notarization legal?

Yes. We can legally notarize documents online in all 50 U.S. states.

All notaries on the BlueNotary platform are certified and fully commissioned in their respective states.

Numerous states have passed laws authorizing their notaries to perform online notarizations. These online notarizations are accepted across the country due to a long-standing body of laws in each state that specifically provides for recognition and acceptance of out-of-state notarizations.

What is the identity verification process?

BlueNotary utilizes two-point identification which incorporates knowledge-based identification with live credential evaluation. Knowledge-based identification (KBA) uses a series of 5 personal questions to verify the signer's identity, and credential verification uses visual and electronic analysis of the signer's physical ID to confirm their identity.