Hey, I have used DocVerify so far, but they recently added a fee for having the whole session recorded. This - at least in Florida - is required by law and they charge you 7 additional credits for it. Plus 4 credits that you need for the notarial act itself sums up to 11 credits per notarization.
Since they give you 30 credits in exchange for the $50 you have to pay for the enterprise fee you can perform 2 notarizations before you run out of credits.
Assuming that you stick to the legal limit of $25 per notarization and don't charge any processing fees you can break even after the second client and that is exactly what you get - 2 clients.
If you have more than 2 clients per month you will need to either get additional enterprise licenses or buy additional credits - 10 credits for $30.
I think that their credits system was already expensive before they suddenly decided to triple their costs for FL notaries that want to go by the book. Now you would have to be lucky to get clients that need more than 1 notarization per session in order to make a few bucks.
Technology wise I can only compare to the notarize.com platform. DocVerify is a total train wreck compared to notarize.com. DL pictures are not accepted or have to be retaken numerous times, people don't pass their KBA that have no problem passing the KBA of other platforms, Video and Audio is cutting out on almost every notarization (even though I have pretty fast fiberglass connection), elements that you place on the appropriate line are shifted on the final version of the document and suddenly appear in the middle of the line or in the text surrounding the line, etc.
I am really upset with DocVerify and will switch to SIGNiX, while continuing to make some remote GNW on notarize.com.
I really would not recommend DocVerify to anybody!