Did you know Virginia was the first state to allow remote notary? Fluet can perform both electronic and remote notarizations, offering our clients a way to complete business transactions while remaining socially distanced. 


What is the difference between electronic notary and remote notary?

Electronic notarization allows for documents to be signed and notarized digitally, however, the signer is still required to be in the same room as the notary.

Remote notarization allows for documents to be signed and notarized digitally, without the notary and signer being physically present in the same room or even in the same state.


Fluet can assist clients with both electronic and remote notarizations.


Am I eligible to have my documents notarized remotely?

The remote signer is required to pass identification verification in order to have documents remotely notarized. The verification is handled by a third party using information gathered from various public records databases. The verification asks the signer a series of challenge questions that only the signer should know the answers to. Fluet does not see or have access to the answers to the challenge questions, it is merely a way to verify identity of the signer.

  • To qualify for ID verification, signers

    • Must be a U.S. Citizen

    • Must have valid U.S. Driver’s License or U.S. State IDs are accepted. Passports are not acceptable.

    • Over 18 years of age

    • Must have SSN

    • At least 5 years of U.S. credit history

  • What else is needed for a remote notary session?

    • Webcam

    • Microphone

    • High speed internet

    • Driver’s license or State ID

    • Google Chrome (Windows or Android); Firefox (Windows); Mac or iPad Latest Safari 11 or above


Contact us for more information.