DuoNotary launches new full-service agency to provide online and in-person options for notarizing documents

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New full-service agency DuoNotary based out of New York is helping people get documents notarized remotely and in-person.

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New full-service agency DuoNotary based out of New York is helping people get documents notarized remotely and in-person.

With people increasingly working remotely, and the growing digital economy, getting access to notary agents remotely has become a necessity. With that shifting trend, DuoNotary is bringing its expertise to its customers both online, and in-person, to provide them with fast access to notary agents so they can get their important documents notarized at an affordable price. 

For those looking to get fast turnarounds, they can simply upload their documents to the DuoNotary platform and access services via its iOS or Android app, make payment, and receive their signed documents within a short space of time. This can also be done in-person for people looking to do so with physical documentation by booking a mobile appointment. 

Notary agents will typically require that people uploading documents have an unexpired government-issued photo ID which could come in the form of a driver’s license, passport or military ID. With many options to choose from, individuals as well as companies can get their documents signed by a notary agent who is qualified and access experts around the clock via video conferencing. 

Having seen the pressing need for remote services, DuoNotary has found a growing demand for its offer due to affordability, comfort and convenience. For those looking to get things done quickly and without having to travel to a physical location, DuoNotary is helping people save time while providing them with services available across all 50 states. For those working from home, with disabilities or having to socially distance, the services provided by DuoNotary also make it more convenient to get things done quickly.

As people’s circumstances change, and the way we commute and work also changes, more businesses and individuals alike are opting in for fast, scaled online solutions that do the job in a fraction of the time.

Have you considered using an online notary service to get your documents notarized? 

In partnership with DuoNotary 

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