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Is it true that notarization can now be done totally with the help of operating systems and live sca

Is it true that notarization can now be done totally with the help of operating systems and live sca

Is it true that notarization can now be done totally with the help of operating systems and live sca

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It's incredible to think about how far we've come. Because no one asks for a signature anymore, and every department and organization needs a biometric, I believe fingerprinting is the way to go now. I went to a notary business in Los Angeles just two days ago and had no knowledge that notarization is now done using live scan fingerprinting and hand printing, with all processing taking place on Windows operating systems. It's incredible to see how many errors and breaches we're preventing with the help of operating systems with each passing day.

RE: Is it true that notarization can now be done totally with the help of operating systems and live sca

Yeah this practice is getting quite common in most states.

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