Although Social Media is all the rage, so is the privacy of our precious signers in their time of need. Although information about signing are provided on GreenvilleNotary.com, each and every customer is treated with kit gloves, and for those who wish not to disclose their particular situation to the public, it is NOT disclosed. Never will we disclose information regarding certain transactions, including, but not limited to birth, death, nor accidents.
It’s been quite some time since the notary public needed a notary public, but today was one. Thanks to quick-thinking and availability, Bethinina Gary was on the line and on location in NO TIME. Thanks again to Bethinina Gary and Upstate Mobile Notaries in helping out in a jiffy! On the evening of Friday, October
Short-notice signings is what GreenvilleNotary.com specializes in. In the evening of Thursday, October 14, 2016, we received a call for a Liberty, South Carolina resident in-patient at Greenville Memorial Hospital for a Durable Financial Power of Attorney. In many situations, as an Attorney-in-Fact (the agent who is in charge of handling the affairs of a
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
An early morning signing occurred at Greenville Memorial Hospital. It is always a pleasure to serve customers at hours where they would normally not be able to have documents taken care of. We absolutely LOVE what we do for our patrons. After several scheduling conflicts and decisions about where and when to sign, today’s signing
The signing for a Durable Power of Attorney was performed on behalf of a patient at Greenville Memorial Hospital, Wednesday, October 28, 2015. With two unrelated witnesses in attendance, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak went to work, the signing taking a total of thirty (30) minutes. The patient did not have valid, government-issued identification; fortunately, there were other parties
Need Notary? Will travel. A notary was needed on August 20, 2015 for a resident of Pickens, South Carolina, however, the both the signer and the notary selected for the assignment (Sonita M. Leak) were way in over their heads on that date. So what do you do? You have a meeting of the minds.
So halfway into the 1-hour signing for six (6) documents at Haywood Mall, my signer says, “Did you have any children at Greenville Memorial Hospital?” Before I could get freaked out, I casually noticed he did have on scrubs and proceeded to say, “Why yes.” Now, being me, I NEVER forget a name, especially a signer who has crossed