Say you’ve lost your cell phone or your vehicle was stolen. You will be surprised of all the instances where you might need our services. Have a loved on in an assisted living facility or rehabilitation and you need someone mobile?
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
Notary service on behalf of local residents is our game. However, considering that we just experienced Shop Small Saturday, local notary service on behalf of two local business owners is definitely a pleasure! Thanks to Betsy Tetsch (pronounced Tay-ch) of CanvasOne.com and Spencer Stanton of Stanton Photos for calling on GreenvilleNotary.com to service their need for
As a Notary Public for the State of South Carolina, one of my duties is to follow the law of the land, stay abreast of those laws and also to conduct research for new information and opportunities. As a mentor to other Notaries Public, it is also my duty to inform other Notaries of opportunities
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When I think of a great Sunday after church snack, I think of ice cream. And on Sunday when I think of ice cream for that snack, I think of Spill the Beans. A local resident called into the notary line shortly after 9 a.m. on Sunday, November 20, 2016. He and his spouse needed to
Should you need notary service in the Upstate area throughout Greenville, Pickens, Oconee, Laurens, Abbeville, Anderson or Spartanburg Counties, call 864.214.6447. If the notary public can’t help you, we’ll find somebody who will.
What notary service do you know of that answers the phone at 7:30 in the morning? This one! On the morning of Wednesday, October 19, 2016, a local party, signer to multiple documents needed a notary before arrival to the Family Court building, in the County Square division on University Ridge in 29601. The issue at
So, no McFlurry was had, however as this notary pulled into the parking lot of the McDonalds located at the intersection of Blue Ridge Drive and White Horse Road, a local party called into the GreenvilleNotary.com lines with an urgent matter. There are no days off here, not even on sick days, so a notary’s gotta
Thanks to CSS for an evening signing in the Historic city’s centre of 29601. I know it’s been a while posting but I’m not going to let anything (or anyone) stop my flow. Yes, there are MANY posts that I’ve missed, but they will be outlined in a WHOLE NUTHA post, soon to be released!
“A repeat caller who called into GreenvilleNotary.com previously, called us ONCE AGAIN!” The relative of two signers called once again, however, this time, the signing took place in a different location than the first. We definitely thank the signer for the callback and repeat business. From Greenville to Simpsonville we traveled. Meeting local residents in
I can’t say much here because the signing was of a discreet nature, however, a local Mauldin, South Carolina resident who deals with documents needing notarization regularly was in need of a notary public to sign off on the Notary Application Renewal Form. When you have a notary right in front of you, no better
“A very extensive Online I-9 Authorization signing was re-routed from one location to another.” Tonight’s signing occurred on the evening of March 23, 2016 at Carolina Ale House instead of a popular Downtown Greenvillebookstore. Because the original venue was packed to the hilt, we had to make some concessions. Well, not really a concession, we
“On the spot FAX? We do that!” A swearing-in ceremony was performed by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak in the early morning hours of Wednesday, March 23, 2016. Thanks to our repeat client for entrusting in GreenvilleNotary.com’s services for her telephonic deposition hearing. It was also great seeing colleagues we normally associate
“Weekend notary fun wouldn’t be complete without signing a few documents.” I believe this to be the biggest weekend in notary history here at GreenvilleNotary.com! Signing documents is usually an easy task for this notary; this weekend has been OFF the charts. With a proposed three signings on Sunday alone, this has been by far
“So Timios Title, Inc. and the notary were back at it again, scratching and clawing their way into Clemson, South Carolina once more.” A package executed on March 14, 2016 was not complete. It was not the notary’s fault, however. The title company called on our services again to have this two-page signing completed and
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Leasing or buying a vehicle can be quite a difficult process. Just ask the notary! Have no fear, however, we are here to help companies and their clients figure out the daunting paperwork. Where to sign? Where to not sign? Where to initial, where to make corrections and make those corrections CORRECTLY. You can call
On the afternoon of Friday, February 19, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner and Certified Notary Public Sonita M. Leak completed a private document signing on behalf of a new colleague. For convenience, the signing was taken care of off of Woodruff Road. The Starbucks location where the signing took place provided a large round table where all parties,
Now offering Wedding Notary Service packages for ceremonies with and without photography. Call 864.214.6447 to inquire. What I promise: Responsiveness Efficient and Professional Service Style & Grace A Genuine Ceremony Comparable Pricing “I would be honored to have and to hold your ceremony with care!” Whether your marriage play out as a brief serenade elopement
‘Twas the day after Christmas, and all through the streets, the Notary was stirring, not missing a beat… On the afternoon of December 26, 2015, a local resident of zip code 29617 in Greenville, South Carolina called our notary line to get a very important document for employment signed. Thanks to a quick response, it was completed
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What do you do with a nice, warm Sunday afternoon in December? Why, you go outside and enjoy it! What do you do when someone needs a notary on Sunday? You call on GreenvilleNotary.com! A local Upstate resident needed to sign a Duke Energy Identity Verification Form in front of a notary public and have his
A local husband and wife team needed a form notarized in order for medical care to be provided in their absence. The call rang into GreenvilleNotary.com’s lines at 8:50pm. The document needing notarization has to be to its destination, like, YESTERDAY. Who do you call when you need fast, friendly and reliable service? GreenvilleNotary.com. Certified
This place is synonymous with convenient “quickness”, so when it came to an emergency notarization, what better place to have something completed in a timely, yet, so convenient manner? Oh, and for the main reason being, it was the just about the only place in the area open in between the notary and signers. The document being signed
A Polaris Home Loan Application was completed by two local Pelzer, South Carolina residents, then completely scanned and emailed back to title via Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak. With the documents arriving close to signing time, GreenvilleNotary.com was still able to complete the assignment with no hiccups or additional stress. Thank you