Safety is also key when in the midst of dealing with these types of transactions. Here in South Carolina, there have been many cases of False Car Sales and even a recent cases where people were killed.
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Have you ever wondered, as either a patient or visiting family member or friend, what the hours of the different Dining Area location were within Greenville Memorial Hospital? See the hours posted below. BUT FIRST…. I’d like to send a special shout-out to the wonderful Cafeteria Cast & Crew for making our hospital stay as seamless as possible with many meal choices (and tasty ones).
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Late evening service was requested on the evening of Friday, July 29, 2016 for two South Carolina residents, one traveling from Abbeville County and the other residing in Duncan. Although both parties were South Carolina residents, the title in question was one hailing from North Carolina. In the State of North Carolina, title documents
The fact that several parties were involved leads us to not disclose the specific location of the signing, however, information MUST be provided to those who need documentation for their non-SC DMV for a vehicle purchased here in South Carolina. For example, many North Carolina residents enter into South Carolina to purchase vehicles to take
What are the chances that a call rings into the notary service line at the very moment you find yourself doing a little shopping? ALL THE TIME. What are the chances that a call rings into the notary line and the parties needing service are less than a mile away? It happens, however, the peculiar thing
The call rang in around 8pm, the seller of a vehicle called into GreenvilleNotary.com because he felt he MIGHT need a notary (just in case the potential buyer bought the car). After a brief test drive, and a good look-see of the car, HE DID! However, this signing was far from simple. The seller held
A Tennessee resident found that, after leaving his home state to come to South Carolina to purchase a Class C Vehicle registered in the State of Maine, the signatures on the Bill of Sale and Transfer of Title document from the seller needed notarization. So, in the late evening of Friday, June 12, 2015, the
On Monday, November 24, 2014, a Vehicle Title Transaction between a local resident and an out-of-state resident occurred at the Hertz Local Edition rental facility located at 518 E. North Street, 20607 Downtown, Greenville. Found out that 29607 begins RIGHT BEFORE you get onto Interstate North 385. You learn something new EVERY DAY! Anywho, the
As we welcome Notary Public Katannya Martin of N Demand Nail Studios into Notaryland, a notarization was performed at her shop at 104 Airport Road, Greenville, SC 29607 on behalf of a South Carolinian seller and a North Carolina vehicle buyer. The parties also presented a Bill of Sale. Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak
Vehicle Title Transfer Documents (3) were signed by two local and one out-of-state resident in Greer, South Carolina on Monday, July 7, 2014. This signing was conducted by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak. The transactions included transfer of vehicle (boat), motor and board. Thank you to the local residents for calling on
A Vehicle Title Signing and Notarization was conducted on Thursday, July 3, 2014 at the McDonalds located at 1706 White Horse Road, Greenville, SC 29611. This signing was completed by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak. This type of transaction was completed due to the fact that this transaction dealt with a sale of a vehicle where
A Vehicle Bill of Sale and Certificate of Title were signed in 29605 on March 16, 2014 on behalf of a North Carolina resident at County Line Auto Sales located at 321 Old Grove Rd, Greenville, SC 29605. Thank you to owner Gamal Ibrahim for allowing us to utilize your offices to facilitate this transaction!
A Certified Notary Public Signing Agent was called and answered an assignment for an Interstate Vehicle Title Notarization on Friday, February 28, 2014 for a North Carolina resident and a Georgia resident. Thank you for your out-of-state business and if you are ever again in South Carolina’s Upstate, you know where to go for prompt
A signing and notarization of a Vehicle Title transfer on part of the seller was conducted on Sunday, October 6, 2013 for a transaction between a local resident and out-of-town resident. Thank you for the opportunity to service your need for a Notary Public. If you ever need our services again, please do not hesitate!
A Vehicle Title was signed and notarized by a Greenvillenotary.com Notary Public for a local resident. Thank you for your local business. We look forward to providing our services to you in the future should you need us.
On the evening of Thursday, September 24, 2015, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak witnessed the signatures for a State of South Carolina notary on the transfer of title of his vehicle to another party, a resident of North Carolina. The call rang in to our lines at approximately 4:50pm, and by 5:15pm, the new customers were being served! If
An Out-of-state resident visited us at GreenvilleNotary.com’s Headquarters for a Division of Motor Vehicles Application for Kentucky Certificate of Title or Registration. In this case, the person signing did NOT have a South Carolina identification card. Just so you know, in order to have a document notarized, you do not have to specifically have a
A complex notarization for an Ohio Vehicle title transferring to the State of South Carolina was completed on Saturday, May 2nd at Starbucks, 550 S. Main Street, Downtown Greenville, South Carolina, 29601. When another notary told her it couldn’t be done, an Ohio resident called GreenvilleNotary.com and discovered there was something that could be done!
Notarization on Buyer’s side of a Vehicle Transfer was complete at Burger King located off of Interstate 85 Exit 40 for Highway 153 in Easley, South Carolina. Easley is located in Pickens County, therefor the individual acknowledgement completed was written for Pickens County. For those who purchase vehicles in the State of South Carolina and take
such a wonderful time Racing for the Cure! No sooner than I was able to get to my car, did a Harrisville, Pennsylvania resident call me for an Interstate Vehicle Bill of Sale transaction. This transaction took place near the UPS Store located off of Highway 276, Greenville, SC 29609. Thank you for calling earlier in
I see Sellers and Buyers of vehicles from week to week, from small compact cars to boat motors, handling interstate transactions, mostly. People call with questions. When people call with questions, of course I refer them to their local Department of Motor Vehicles. However, there are some things signers should know when dealing with these
Although we at GreenvilleNotary.com are not attorneys, it is HIGHLY IMPORTANT to make sure you’ve covered your bases when conducting Interstate (state-to-state) transactions. Because North Carolina vehicle registration and titling facilities require notarization of the seller’s signature, it’s best that if you are conducting any type of interstate deal, that you have the signature of the seller notarized before the title leaves their hands.
Busy Monday morning! A resident new to South Carolina, not being able to find his original Certificate of Title for a vehicle registered in Pennsylvania, had to fill out a duplicate Application for Certificate of Title by Owner and have his signature notarized on such form. The signer first had to find the correct form
At approximately 10:43am, GreenvilleNotary.com received its first call of Friday, January 2, 2014. The call was initiated by a new Greenville, South Carolina resident wishing to transfer the registration of her vehicle over to the State of South Carolina. Along with the signing and notarization of the signer’s document, an Individual Acknowledgment was attached due
Somebody (and we’re not saying any names) moved from Louisiana and didn’t bring their boat with ’em. So, when relatives who want the boat come to visit, what do you do? Sell it to them! This is exactly what happened today at approximately 3:00pm today, Thursday, January 1st, near White Horse Road and Highway 85
South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicle’s Loss of Vehicle Form was signed by a husband and wife and notarized by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita Leak at OJ’s Diner located at 907 Pendleton Street Greenville South Carolina 29601. Thank you for having me!
The weekend is a time to enjoy spending quality time with family, friends and loved ones. What happens when you run a business and have to include serving customers? You make it work. The first customers of the day were a young Homestead at Hartness Community couple who wanted to get married without all the
Going through a full day and being able to assist a total of seven (7) people with their important transactions during the day? That was even better bliss for us here at GreenvilleNotary.com. A synopsis of Thursday, March 2, 2017 is as follows:
“So that I can serve you better, rather than taking up a whole lot of time in dragging out EACH AND EVERY assignment I completed during my, “Ahem”, brief hiatus…” …I decided to just roll all of the assignments I’ve completed into ONE BIG DIGEST. And here we go… U.S. Passport Verification Affidavit by Holder
A call rang in to the notary line this morning regarding a Vehicle Title transaction. Today’s transaction was different than the usual out-of-state transfer. Why? Well, first of all the title to the vehicle being transferred hailed from a state other than South Carolina. The signing was even more unusual because the person who appeared
Around 5:30pm on Monday, January 26, 2015, GreenvilleNotary.com received a call in regard to a local resident who needed to have a document notarized. The document was a two-party document, and to prevent each signer from having to appear before a separate notary, Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak answered the call. Our
The following is a full list of all Notary Service Work performed by GreenvilleNotary.com for the month of April 2017. Saturday, April 1, 2017: A Durable Power of Attorney form was signed by a local resident and notarized by GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak at Noon. A Wedding Ceremony was performed at Falls Park on
This is a Blog Digest of all Assignments from Sunday, February 12, 2017 until Saturday, February 22, 2017
“If you are purchasing a vehicle in South Carolina and registering it in another, please check that state’s laws in regard to notarization.” While on assignment in Easley, South Carolina, a call rang in regarding a Bill of Sale. Thinking, “This number looks familiar,” I soon knew why. The call was in reference to an
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A local resident called GreenvilleNotary.com in a tizzy. The previous notary they ventured to told the seller and buyer of a utility trailer that their notarization (via loose certificate) could not be completed without the Certificate of Title of the vehicle. All that was required during this transaction was the attachment of a loose acknowledgment
[yext-bios id=”122603″] Sonita M Leak Notary Public Loan & Mortgage Signing Agent/Marriage Officiant firstname.lastname@example.org Summary Signing Agent with over 700 document signings under her belt in 2014 thus far. Specializing in Marriage Ceremony Officiation, Loan and Mortgage Closings, I-9 Authorizations. National Notary Association Member and Certified Notary Signing Agent (CNSA). Holds valid Errors and Omission
A Canadian resident submitted paperwork to the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles notaries by Certified Notary Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak. In this matter, the resident did NOT have a valid photo ID, therefore two parties, personally known to the signer, signed an affidavit each to vouch for her identity. After our work is