Ohio Online Notary Services

Get your personal or business documents notarized
7 days a week with an online notary

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For Individuals Online Notarization is Legal in All 50 States

Your notary may come from another state.

Seal Online Any Document

Ohio allows online notaries to perform the same notarial acts as traditional notaries including POA, bills of sale, tax returns, and many more.

Accepted by Ohio Counties

More and more counties now accept documents notarized online. To be certain, see the document instructions or check with your county clerk.

How does OneNotary work?

STEP 1 Fill in your email and press the Start button
STEP 2 Follow the link in the email invitation and upload the document for notarization
STEP 3 Identify yourself by answering questions from your history
STEP 4 Meet your notary online for a notarization session
STEP 5 Download the Notarized Documents

Pricing

$ 25 .00

Single document online notarization with one notary certificate

+$6 for every additional certificate

Full Service

The platform provides forms, notarization services, and a digital copy. One platform – one easy to use notarized document

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an online notary?

If you have documents that have to get notarized, you may have heard about using an Ohio online notary. An online notary is someone who goes through the same process as a physical notary; however, instead of having to drive to meet the notary, you can work with the notary using video conferencing technology. Therefore, you do not necessarily have to spend a lot of time driving while looking for a physical notary.

Is an online notary legal in Ohio?

Yes, it is legal to work with a RON Ohio. You need to take a close look at the documents to figure out what you need to do to get them properly notarized. Then, if you have any questions, you can ask your notary public during your videoconferencing session.

Do I have to be in Ohio to use OneNotary services?

No, if you are looking for an online notary service Ohio, you do not necessarily have to be located in Ohio to engage in the service. Importantly, a notary can only notarize documents meant for his or her state. Usually, a notary has to either work or live in the state tied to his or her seal. On the other hand, you do not have to be in Ohio to use these services. You can set up a video conferencing appointment from just about anywhere.

How to notarize a document in Ohio

If you want to get your document notarized in Ohio, there are several steps to follow. First, you should take a look at the calendar to find an available appointment slot that will work for you. Then, you will receive an email confirmation with a link you can use to upload your document. This will give the notary a chance to review them before the session. Then, when your appointment time comes around, the notary will walk you through the process. Finally, once the appointment is done, you will receive an email letting you know that it is time for you to download the completed, notarized documents.

How do I “personally appear” before an online notary public?

Prior to the session, the notary will go through several steps to verify your identity. That way, the notary knows that you are personally appearing before him or her. Follow the instructions of the notary to make sure your documents are notarized appropriately.

How is a signer’s identity checked and verified?

The notary will be responsible for making sure you have the proper identification documents prior to the session. You will also have to answer a few questions about your past so the notary knows that you are who you say you are. This is important for making sure your notarized documents will be accepted by the appropriate party.

How is a document signed?

There are a few ways you can sign the documents. In some cases, you may need to print off the document, sign them, and scan them back to the notary. In other cases, you may be able to use an electronic signature to sign your documents without requiring a printer. The notary will let you know what has to happen to make sure your documents are signed correctly.

Can you notarize an electronic signature in Ohio?

Yes, it is possible for you to get an electronic signature notarized in Ohio. You need to make sure the notary has an active commission with the state. That way, you know your documents will be accepted. The notary will walk you through the exact steps that need to be accomplished.

How do I download the notarized document?

After the session is finished, you will need to give the notary a few minutes to notarize your document. Then, you should receive an email letting you know that it is time for you to download your documents. You should inspect the document closely to make sure they have been notarized correctly.

How much can an online notary charge in Ohio?

In general, a notary public in charge a fee of up to $5 for each notarial act. This is not necessarily a charge for signature but a charge per act. Make sure you know exactly how much the notary will charge before you schedule a session with him or her. The charges are set by the state.

How safe is a virtual notary?

Using a virtual notary is safe as long as you use the right program. You need to take a close look at the safety measures prior to using the program so you know you are not unnecessarily exposing any of your confidential information. For example, if you want to take advantage of a program with the best security features available, then you should use OneNotary for all of your virtual notary needs in Ohio.

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