How do I know if I'm Snapdocs Verified?

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There are 4 (or 5, if applicable) components to being Snapdocs Verified:

  1. Notary commission
  2. Notary bond (if applicable)
  3. Background check report
  4. E&O insurance policy
  5. Verified ID via driver's license

All 4 (or 5) components must be verified to be listed as Snapdocs Verified. If one of your credentials is unable to be successfully verified, you will receive an email to let you know. You will also see a red number next to the Credentials tab in the left column as seen here:

You can find out if you are Snapdocs Verified by checking the Credentials section of your Snapdocs profile. Here's how!

Click on the Credentials tab in the left column of your dashboard:


You will see a status panel in the upper right corner of your Credentials page that looks something like this:

If it says "Yes" with all green check marks, that means you are Snapdocs Verified!

"Pending" means that there are either documents missing or documents that have been rejected. Here's what each icon means:

  • Green check mark = verified
  • Orange check mark = pending review
  • Exclamation point = missing document or rejected document

If you hover over the icon, you should see the status appear in black. 

As you scroll through this page, you will see all the credentials you have uploaded. Documents that have been approved will appear with a green check mark like this:

A document that has been rejected will appear in red with an "X" and a reason like this. Please note that companies that view your profile will not see this they will only see if you have been verified or not. Only youwill be able to see this red rejection message with the reason. 

ID verification must be completed in order for you to be Snapdocs Verified. You can find instructions on how to verify your ID here. If you have completed this successfully, it will appear on your Credentials page like this:

If you have all 4 (or 5) of these components, you are a Snapdocs Verified signing agent! 

Here are a couple of tips:

  • NNA certificates are not an acceptable document for background check report, commission or insurance policy and cannot be verified.
  • Incomplete or illegible documents cannot be verified.

Learn more about the benefits of being Snapdocs Verified here.

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