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I know CA law is different in many ways, but I also believe
Posted by  MW/VA of VA on 8/6/18 3:05pm Msg #596835
the lines are getting blurred when it comes to technology in our industry.
VA has a separate & distinct Electronic Notary. They are required to keep an electronic journal & a record of all transactions via webcam for 5 years. We all know about hacking & data breaches, so I don't know that any of that can be guaranteed as fail-safe. I'm talked about this before, because I'd have to sign up with a platform like DocVerify to handle it. It's too costly for me as an individual notary, costing hundreds of dollars per mo.
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 California online electronic journals - Eva Torres on 8/6/18 1:07pm
 Re: California online electronic journals -  VT_Syrup on 8/6/18 1:32pm
 California online electronic journals - can't support this. -  JanetK_CA on 8/6/18 2:41pm
 I know CA law is different in many ways, but I also believe -  MW/VA on 8/6/18 3:05pm
 Re: I know CA law is different in many ways, but I also believe - Luckydog on 8/6/18 4:47pm
 Re: California online electronic journals - rengel/CA on 8/6/18 5:07pm
 Re: California online electronic journals -  Expeditor on 8/8/18 11:56am
 Re: California online electronic journals -  VT_Syrup on 8/8/18 12:06pm
 If the Co clerk rejected them - rengel/CA on 8/8/18 6:45pm



 
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