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January 22, 2018


With a New Day Comes a New Notary Experience – Jordanian Resident Document

Not that showing a form of identification from a country outside the U.S. is what stumped Sonita Leak, Owner of GreenvilleNotary.com, the fact that the Secretary of State’s office DOES in fact permit us to stamp a document written in another language, for as long as the notarial language is in English, did. We are

Feature of the Week: Attorney at Law Michanna Talley

We will have the pleasure of working with this Greenville, South Carolina icon soon.  Here is some information that is helpful to know about Attorney Talley and the services she offers: Michanna Talley is licensed to practice in the state of South Carolina.  She is a native of Greenville, South Carolina.  Michanna graduated from Southside High

New Blog Post: Notary for Duke Energy Identity Verification Form

In the afternoon hours of Thursday, January 22, 2015, a local resident called GreenvilleNotary.com to have a Duke Energy Identity Verification Form signed and notarized.  Information for the general public.  Many of you have inquired whether my “stamp” is valid for the notarial process.  I want to assure you that it is sufficient.  The State

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