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An Online Authorization for a local party was completed at Coffee Underground, 1 E. Coffee Street, Greenville, SC 29601. The caller called in at 9:57 a.m., her call was received IMMEDIATELY, and her Authorization was well on it’s way. There is sometimes confusion when it comes to Authorizations we are allowed to complete. Specifically, I-9
So what do you do when you need to have your power cut on but you are holed up in a hospital bed? Why, you call on GreenvilleNotary.com, of course. Simply put, a local resident, who wasn’t available to get up out of the hospital and travel over to a notary public themselves sought an
“Just so you know, a notary public has a duty and obligation to NEVER sign a document that is not completed…” A quiet and quick two-document signing took place on the afternoon of Sunday, April 24, 2016. During the busy hubbub of what is Downtown Greenville, South Carolina now that the warm weather is among
These past two days have seen State of South Carolina court documents back to back. It’s a pleasure serving my community when it is in need of exigent notary service. There are a plethora of resources ONLINE available for those who are seeking paperwork through the State Court system. You can find the following affidavits and hundreds of other forms on
Busy Monday morning! A resident new to South Carolina, not being able to find his original Certificate of Title for a vehicle registered in Pennsylvania, had to fill out a duplicate Application for Certificate of Title by Owner and have his signature notarized on such form. The signer first had to find the correct form
A Piedmont, South Carolina resident traveled from her home into Greenville to have her signature notarized on a document. The document was an Affidavit of Residence for the Greenville County School District. This document is fairly short and sweet, however, the signer’s bank did not have a notary public. What to do when the time is
A respondent of Divorce Proceedings completed a Commonwealth of Virginia Acceptance/Waiver of Service of Process and Waiver of Future Service of Process and Notice Form and appeared before GreenvilleNotary.com Owner and Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak, on the afternoon of Friday, September 25, 2015. Upon arrival, the form was already signed by
A local resident called GreenvilleNotary.com early on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 seeking notary assistance for after hours service. At 5:55pm, a House of Raeford Farms‘ employee arrived shortly after her shift to our Headquarters location for the signing of a State of South Carolina Unclaimed Property Form. The form was previously signed by the local, therefore
The call rang in at 2:48pm and by 3:15pm the new GreenvilleNotary.com customer was being serviced. The son of a widow was in need of a notary for his mother’s sake for an Affidavit for Collection of Personal Property Pursuant to a Small Estate Proceeding. If you have a loved one that passes away, this
A notarization was completed on the morning of Thursday, September 17, 2015 on behalf of the spouse of a recent customer. Well, now they are BOTH customers!!! If you remember, several weeks ago, we did a presentment document, where there were multiple copies of a document that included notarizations that had to be completed. That
A customer who presented themselves and their identification to GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita Leak’s pen called once again! About a week or so ago, Ms. Leak completed four Presentment packages that had to be signed by the customer, notarized, then sent off via the notary public who completed the set. Our service provides customer with the
An Affidavit of Residence form was signed by a local resident and notarized by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak, Owner of GreenvilleNotary.com on Thursday, August 20, 2015. An Affidavit or Residence is a form the resident of a property signs to state that a person or multiple persons live at their residence.
The experience we had today was a little different from the norm. During the course of an out-of-state oversight, we as notary signing agents sometimes run into a form called the Signature Name Affidavit. This form presents a signers name in multiple formats. For example, the list of names on a Signature Name Affidavit might look
What do you do when you are the parent of a traveling minor who cannot sign his or her name party to a document because they are not legally able to do so for the fact that they are not the age of majority? Those parents or legal guardians of the child must complete the
A resident called from the Woodruff Road area seeking a notary public to serve her need. The customer let us know that she called three or four notaries public before venturing over to GreenvilleNotary.com. Unanswered lines, notaries no longer commissioned is what the customer ran into. One call to GreenvilleNotary.com and although we may not
A private I-9 Authorization was completed at Spill the Beans, 531 S. Main Street, Greenville, South Carolina 29601 on the afternoon of Thursday, July 9, 2015. The call rang in to GreenvilleNotary.com at 2:35pm, and by 2:50pm, the document was being serviced. Along with the I-9 form, an Individual Acknowledgment Form was completed. Normally, a company
After hours on Monday, April 27, 2015, a fairly-stranded out-of-state resident called on GreenvilleNotary.com’s services for an out-of-state document needing the signature of a local resident. The document was related to a Joint Tax Return and receipt of proceeds. The entire transaction involved an Affiant Statement on behalf of vouching for the identity of the
Thank you to the signer, who called early-morning, made a promise to call us back, then DID call again at 5:11pm on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 to get his document notarized. The document was an insurance claim form, which we originally believed needed two witnesses along with the notary signature. It turns out the document needed only
On Thursday, April 16, 2015, an Identity Verification Form for an Unnamed company was conducted at the Crowne Plaza Hotel located at the corners of Roper Mountain and Congaree Road. A popular Greenville, South Carolina hub for conferences and meetings, the Crowne Plaza was an excellent choice for a meeting such as this. The identity
A pro bono (no fee for service) notarization was completed at Coffee Underground, 1 East Coffee Street, Greenville, South Carolina 29601 on the morning of Thursday, April 9, 2015. The signer sat once before us at Greenville Memorial Hospital, needing exigent service. This meeting was for the same document, a US Citizen Verification Form. From
A form for verifying an entering student’s identity was performed on behalf of All States Notary, Inc. on Wednesday, April 8, 2015. This assignment was conducted for a local resident attending ICDC, an online college, touted by commercials here in Greenville as of late. The signing took place in Easley, South Carolina, Pickens County. Many schools
A South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Immunization Exemption Form was completed by a local resident personally known to Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak, signed and then in turn notarized by the Notary Public. The normal course of school entry for a resident is to have record of immunization, however,
A Duke Energy Identity Verification Form needing completion and notarization was finalized on Monday, March 9, 2015. The assignment was completed at 101 North Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601 amidst “other” duties being performed by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak. The signer, holding out-of-state licensure, was at wits end to find a
Ok, so strange cold/ice/post-Winter storm day. A local resident soon to depart on assignment was in need of urgent service for a notary, so who’d he call? Well, GreenvilleNotary.com of course. Originally set to meet at Coffee Underground, 1 E Coffee St, Greenville, SC 29601, the notarization on behalf of Biosense Webster, Inc., was moved to
At 3:30pm a Notary was called and by 4:00pm, a Certified Notary Public Signing Agent answered! A notarization and loose acknowledgment form were completed on behalf of an out-of-state resident moving to Greenville, SC for a Removal from Residence Form. This notarization occurred at ECPI University off of Frontage Road, 1001 Keys Drive, Greenville, SC
An Asurion Work at Home I-9 Employment Identity Verification Form was signed by a local resident and the certification was completed by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak. Thank you to Asurion for sending business our way. I-9 Form completion is one of the most-needed service, on the rise here in the Upstate.
Yes, Notary Public Lubertha Wiliams from Columbia, South Carolina, You’ve been NOTARIZED! I want to Welcome this AWESOME new connection I met at 301 University Ridge, Greenville County Square, as she was eager and willing to learn exactly what a CNSA does. Well, that, and the fact that she had a Class-Action Lawsuit Claim Form
An I-9 form for employment along with identification in the form of U.S. Passport were presented to Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak on June 18, 2014. The form was completed at Spill the Beans without stamp nor seal. Thank you for coming to GreenvilleNotary.com in your urgent need for a notary public.
A Certified Notary Public Signing Agent from GreenvilleNotary.com completed an assignment for the signing of an Insurance Claim Form on Monday, March 3, 2014, for two out-of-state residents. The assignment was performed at First Presbyterian Church, 200 W. Washington St, Greenville, 29601. (KL&AL) Thank you for your business, if you are ever again in the
An Insurance claim form was witnessed, signed and notarized by a Certified Notary Public Signing Agent at OJ’s Diner, 907 Pendleton Street, Greenville, South Carolina, on January 6, 2014 for an Easley, SC resident (YH) . Thank you for your business, call us for your business needs in the future.
GreenvilleNotary.com was called and a Notary Public completed a notarization and facsimile services for a Duke Power Identity Verification Form for a local resident on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Thank you for coming to us and if you ever need notary services in the future, CALL US!