When people call into the line for a Notary Public, they are met with a voice that turns into a face, that turns into a service.
What better way to have seamless service than to be able to pay for said services quickly? In the past, we’ve had multiple options for payment, which included by way of check. In these days and times of fraud and other monetary crimes (including counterfeiting, it has become necessary to commit to alternate forms of payment.
In a rut and you don’t have cash money on hand? Need notary public service on the weekend and you can’t find an ATM? Have no fear, we accept Credit and Debit Card payments through Square!
Today’s signing was conducted at Panera Bread, 708 Haywood Road, Greenville, SC 29607. And yes, payment was by way of Debit/Credit card, easy said, easy done. Signed. Sealed. Delivered.
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Sometimes, yes sometimes signers make their requests known by email. This was such the case for a quick in-and-out signing held at Coffee Underground, Monday, October 17, 2016. A local party needed an authorization performed for a private document and could not, for the life of her, find a notary public or any other suggested
We didn’t know just how many people out there did not carry cash! Considering that credit and debit card payment has become all the rage for more reasons than one, we began offering credit card and debit card payment in 2013. Back then, not so many customers expected to pay by this option, and there