Snapdocs Verified, means that every notary with a green check mark next to their name has a valid:
- Notary commission
- Bond (if applicable)
- Background check report
- E&O Insurance policy
We have an in-house team that checks each document to vouch for its legitimacy. At least two sets of eyes review every credential before we consider it verified.
The green verified check mark looks like this, and shows up in multiple places:
In the Automator:
On the order page:
On the notary's profile:
If a notary is not Snapdocs Verified, there is a section on the notary’s profile called Not Snapdocs Verified because: that shows which credentials the notary is missing to cause them to be not verified. The example below shows the notary's E&O insurance has not been verified, their background check is expired, and they have not uploaded a driver's license.
We help ensure that notaries keep their credentials up to date by sending them an email notification 14 days before their credential in question is set to expire, and then another one when the credential actually does expire (if they haven't already taken the document down). The only exception is with IDs - for those, we send an email alert to the notary the day after the document expires.
Note: Due to the thoroughness of our process to evaluate notary credentials, there may be a PENDING notice next to certain credentials if they are still under review. If you see one, chances are it will be gone by the next day. If the PENDING notice is there for more than 2 business days, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can further tailor what Snapdocs Verified means for you and your company in your Verified Notary Preferences.
If this is a feature that you are interested in, please reach out to email@example.com.