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Electronic notary service gets the nod from California

Provides e-notarizations for electronic real estate closings
Published on Oct 18, 2005

WWNotary, a provider of electronic notary services, has been approved by the California Secretary of State to produce electronic seals, the company said today. The company's product, DigaSign, makes it possible to sign digitally at occasions such as real estate closings using a special inkless pen and what is known as a biometric pad. When once it was necessary for a home buyer to sign 12 documents or more at closing, now the buyer can sign only once. "This approval marks a strategic milestone for World Wide Notary to provide e-notarizations and e-closings for various industries in California," including real estate, according to Jason Streit, the company's president. With WWNotary's DigaSign electronic notarization product, users in industries such as real estate, government, law, insurance, title and banking can add their unique biometric signatures to documents and processes transacted with DigaSign's digital signature and encryption technology. "Currently we are one of only five c...

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