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November 18, 2017

Notary Blog: Storms May Come and Storms May Go, but the Notary is Always ‘IN’


Today’s post speaks to the service that we provide here at GreenvilleNotary.com.  We fill a need where there is a void.  There are times when the Notary is IN, but know that there are also times when the Notary Public is unavailable.  Does that mean that the search for service has to stop?  No Way!

This week, we have and continue to see what nature can do.  For some of us, we happen to function just fine when it comes to the rain and wind.  And for others, well, the weather conditions may ultimately shape the way their day goes.

Sometimes things happen beyond our control.  So what do we do here at GreenvilleNotary.com?  We turn lemons into lemonade.  People have said in the past, “Don’t do that, I’ve never seen a Notary Public do thaaaaat!”  Well, that’s what sets our service apart from the others.

When you need after hour service.     Call us.
When you need early hour service.     Call us.
When in assignment and can’t talk?   Text us.
No Availability to take on your case?  We are not greedy, we refer!
Tired of Recordings?                             We’re live people.

Are you a Lunatic?  “NO, I’M JUST NOTARY PUBLIC AND A MOM WHO LOVES HER FAMILY AND LOVES PROVIDING EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE!”

~ Sonita M. Leak, Owner of GreenvilleNotary.com

864.214.6447

*This post was written in Anderson, South Carolina.  While sitting composing this post today, I learned that Anderson was the first city in the south to have electric power lines, hence its nickname, ‘The Electric City’ (and inspiration for our lightning bolt featured image).  Michael at Waffle House, thank you for this little tid bit about the City of Anderson!
Thanks to all of the crew members, especially Kendra, my server, for keeping me company while alternate moves had to be made today.

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