So what do you do when a first attempt at getting electric service runs into issues?
Well, you try again. So today, the services of GreenvilleNotary.com traveled once again to a signer whose signature was notarized yesterday, but this time, it was for another party. Before getting knee-deep into today’s post, please state and government agencies, I ask that you realize that when a notary public verifies the identity of a signer, no matter if their identification hails from another country or another state, it is, indeed, verified.
I have seen quite often where a signer had trouble getting their signature notarized based on the type of identification they hold.
Know that if you have a valid, government-issued form of photo identification and present it before me, your local notary public, your signature will be notarized (given the transaction nor identification are fraudulent).
With this said, carry on about your day, but not as if this post never happened.
Signing at Roper Mountain Woods Apartments, 1101 Roper Mountain Road, Greenville, South Carolina 29615 by GreenvilleNotary.com Owner, Sonita M. Leak, Sunday, April 17, 2016.