Remote Online Notary Service
BFF EXPRESS NOTARY
Online Notary Service is an easy, secure way to have your documents legally notarized.
BFF Notary Service is your best notary source to accomplish this.
Remote online notarization is a convenient way to have your important documents notarized right away, without leaving your home or office.
The ability to have a document notarized online simplifies the notary process for both notaries and the clients. As a bonus, it allows notaries and clients to maintain social distance during flu season, or times of any pandemic.
It can be very stressful for individuals who need notarization services to let someone they don’t know into their home. Online notarization with BFF Notary Service eliminates this stressor.
BFF Notary Services includes: general notary, digital titles, power of attorney, estate planning, acknowledgement, jurat, and much more.
BFF Online Notary Service
Mobile Notary Service for Phoenix & Surrounding Areas
Virtual Online Notarization
Sign your documents 24/7 online. Notarize entirely online from anywhere in the world. Power of attorney, estate planning, deeds, quick claim deeds, mortgage documents, acknowledgements, jurats, oaths/affirmations and copy certifications, bank documents, and much more.
Certified US virtual notary. Online anywhere and anytime. NNA certified, background checked, loan signing certified, remote online notarization certified through Docverify, Error and Emissions $1,000,000 policy, and bonded.
We service Phoenix, Mesa, Chandler, Tempe, Scottsdale, and surrounding areas. We are mobile loan signing agent for residential, commercial and general notary work. Contact us for fees.
We accept E-docs through many platforms for example, Google docs, Drop box, Snapdocs and more. Contact us for more information.
Must be US citizens with a social security number and valid state Identification for remote online notarizations.
Person requesting notary must verify that electronic notarizations if acceptable where they are submitting.
We are not attorneys and cannot give out legal advise. Consult with an attorney if you have questions.