Rainbow Notary And Nuptials brings Remote Online Notarization to Florida – Digital Journal

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Jacksonville, FL – Rainbow Notary And Nuptials continues to bring Remote Online Notarization in Florida and its surrounding areas.
The Florida-based company has started its remote online notarization solution in 2020 and has served numerous clients in the area. The great significance of their remote online notary was even more highlighted when the Covid-19 pandemic hit the world, which greatly affected the US too. According to them, the remote online notary has paved the way for an unlimited opportunity for the client to “meet” with the notaries.
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Rainbow Notary And Nuptials remotely notarize documents whether clients are on the other side of town or the other side of the world. With this innovation, individuals and organizations can fast-track the transactions they have to make. In addition, clients don’t have to worry about the legality of their documents since most of the company’s Notaries are members of the National Notary Association. “Everyone is licensed, bonded, and insured,” says Rainbow Notary And Nuptials.
The company assures the legitimacy of the documents as they use the Remote Online Notary platforms, which have a KBA or Knowledge Based Authentication, which verifies the signer’s identity along with credential analysis of driver’s license or passport. The platform allows the clients and the notary to have a face-to-face video conference recorded and stored for ten years and keeps the transaction secured and verified.
Clients can use a cellphone, a tablet, or a computer and sign documents anywhere in the world and send it to the Rainbow Notary And Nuptials in Florida. The Notary can then bring the documents to the Florida Secretary of State the same day and back on their way to the clients via FedEx.
With the continued battle against the Covid-19 pandemic, Rainbow Notary And Nuptials notes that contact-free service may be here to stay. Thus, people need to adapt to technology with a fastidious focus on people.
“Technology enables deeper human expertise to service customers, and along with that comes better service and relationships. Free from rote tasks and redundancies, professionals can put their focus where it should be – on the people they serve,” they add.
Rainbow Notary And Nuptials also does not forget to promote human connection despite pushing for remote transactions. They offer free consultation on all their services. They also provide personalized service putting the needs of their clients on top. Interested parties may check all their services through their website at https://rainbownotaryandnuptials.com/.
Rainbow Mobile Notary And Wedding Officiants Network cater to clients in Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Daytona, Orlando, Kissimmee, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, and Miami. To contact them, clients may call (904) 333-7311 or send an email to 904rainbow@gmail.com. Rainbow Notary And Nuptials is located at 428 W Adams Street Jacksonville, FL 32202.

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For more information about RAINBOW MOBILE NOTARY & NUPTIALS WEDDING OFFICIANTS NETWORK , contact the company here:
RAINBOW MOBILE NOTARY & NUPTIALS WEDDING OFFICIANTS NETWORK
Selecia Jones
904- 333-7311
904rainbow@gmail.com
“428 W Adams Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202″

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