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November 22, 2017

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Notary Blog | Happy Administrative Professionals’ Day to All In-Office

Whether you are in a Virtual Office or a Brick-and-Mortar one, Happy Administrative Professionals’ Day to all who serve. Service through Carpal Tunnel, endless days and nights at the computer, suffering from eye strain (or not). Take it from this Notary Public, being an Administrative Professional can be a tough job!

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

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 (read the full article for location information), 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.

Notary Blog: A Sunday Wedding and Three Notarizations | GreenvilleNotary.com

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

Forget Basketball, March is Total NOTARY MADNESS here at GreenvilleNotary.com

Over the past week, I’ve traveled to Walhalla, Seneca and even to Gaffney, South Carolina for assignments ranging from simple witnessing (today, March 14, 2017) to more complicated acknowledgment work (evening of Saturday, March 11, 2017). Forget March Madness according to basketball. This month has really been a busy start out of the gate and

Notary Blog: Salon Serenity Receipt through Square

“Not only as a business-owner do I have the ability to accept payments through Square, I also have the ability to invoice my customers right from my cellphone. With the ability to accept payments and send invoices, did you know that through Square, you can also create an Online Store? Visit my Online Store HERE. Having all these services rolled into one is a time-saver, a LIFE SAVER!”

Click on the photo of Salon Serenity Owner, Leslie Sullivan to read the full blog article!

Notary Blog: Three-in-One at Zaxby’s | Greenville County Square

Property Documents, Notary Application and a Limited Power of Attorney. What a whirlwind! While one signing was scheduled at the Zaxby’s located at 824 S. Church Street, Greenville, SC 29601, the second signing was scheduled for another location near White Horse Road earlier in the morning. The last signing, well, the last signing was a pop-up from out of the blue.

Notary Blog: It’s Valentine’s Day and We’re In Love!

Although February 14, 2017 is all booked up for weddings, it’s not too late to get in there for the year 2017. I am available for Impromptu On-the-Spot Wedding and Marriage Ceremonies (although prior planning prevents poor performance) all the way to Formal Ceremonies. Also, never discount other holidays or occasions for your Marriage Ceremony.

Notary Blog: Reverse Mortgage Also Known as an HECM in Easley, South Carolina

Making the decision to apply for a Reverse Mortgage (also known as a High Equity Conversion Mortgage or HECM) is major. A Reverse Mortgage is one in which the borrower or borrowers are borrowing against the equity already accumulated in their home. There are certain risks attached to this process. To learn more about Reverse Mortgages, you can navigate here.

Notary Blog: In Memory of Martin Luther King, Jr.

On this day of remembrance of everything that Martin Luther King, Jr. stood for in the fight for equality, we are constantly reminded of the progress we’ve made as a nation.  With progress have come shortcomings and hindrances, however, our outlook must remain a positive one. Today, take a moment of silence to remember those

Need SC Notary Law? Reference SCSOS.com

I get posed the questions a lot, “How do I become a Notary Public?” Also, “How do I know what we’re doing today is a valid notarial act?” It’s easy to say in reply, “Consult your attorney.” Buuuuuut, did you know that there is a COMPLETE State of South Carolina Notary Public Manual easily accessible by visiting

Notary Blog: Durable POA

Did you know that if you have a document that needs to be signed and notarized by a Notary Public that the chaplain or a member of the Chaplain Services Department of the Greenville Health System will be able to assist in the witnessing thereof?

Notary Blog: Call by 11, There by 12

While visiting their loved one, who made an unexpected trip to the Greenville Memorial Hospital Emergency Room, then up to the Heart Institute Intensive Care Unit, one of a patient’s relatives made a call to GreenvilleNotary.com. While the Notary Public was on the way to take care of another situation, information was provided via text to get to the signers in urgent need of assistance.

Notary Blog: Signing for Cat Gbedey

The signing involved a typewritten statement of Ms. Gbedey and was completed within minutes. Assignment carried out by GreenvilleNotary.com Owner and State of South Carolina Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak on the evening of Friday, December 9, 2016.

Notary Blog: Traveling Signer? No Problem!

A signing originally set to take place at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport was rerouted to the FedEx Office Copy and Print Center located at 550 Woods Lake Road, Greenville, SC 29607 due to complications with another assignment slated for printing. Shortly before the print job was complete, the signer we’d scheduled to meet arrived with

Notary Blog: Thanks Sam-Sung for the Love

Thinking that our good ole Samsung Xpress M2880FW Monochromatic Laserjet had failed us, it was lugged to FedEx Woods Lake just – in – case we could get the print job right. And it was done! With lots of prayer and printer diagnostics, all 248 pages, both legal and letter size were successfully printed!

Notary Blog: Can Somebody Tell Me What Happened?

Okay, so when approaching the Haywood Mall this morning I discovered that I could not enter through the main food court doors. Why? I’m not quite sure, and at this very hour, I still don’t know. Even still, what I can tell you is that someone’s document was serviced today! Thanks to our Repeat Customer, who knows

Notary Blog: Durable POA at GMH STAT!

Although Social Media is all the rage, so is the privacy of our precious signers in their time of need.  Although information about signing are provided on GreenvilleNotary.com, each and every customer is treated with kit gloves, and for those who wish not to disclose their particular situation to the public, it is NOT disclosed.  Never will we disclose information regarding certain transactions, including, but not limited to birth, death, nor accidents.

Notary Blog: Alorica Work at Home I9

Yes, you saw that right.  The same Alorica with a call center located in Simpsonville, South Carolina and various other locations across the country has a work from home opportunity. There are some requirements, and some computers and resumes won’t fit the bill, but if you’d like to apply for the Work at Home opportunity they offer,

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