I see Sellers and Buyers of vehicles from week to week, from small compact cars to boat motors, handling interstate transactions, mostly. People call with questions. When people call with questions, of course I refer them to their local Department of Motor Vehicles. However, there are some things signers should know when dealing with these
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
Going through a full day and being able to assist a total of seven (7) people with their important transactions during the day? That was even better bliss for us here at GreenvilleNotary.com. A synopsis of Thursday, March 2, 2017 is as follows:
A very complex, private assignment was carried out at this location on the afternoon of Friday, December 23, 2016. The assignment was assisted by Antron Holden, Sr., a student and mentee of GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak. Antron is the CEO and Owner of AikenNotary.com, based out of Aiken, South Carolina. Mr. Holden acted as witness during the transactions.
Although we at GreenvilleNotary.com are not attorneys, it is HIGHLY IMPORTANT to make sure you’ve covered your bases when conducting Interstate (state-to-state) transactions. Because North Carolina vehicle registration and titling facilities require notarization of the seller’s signature, it’s best that if you are conducting any type of interstate deal, that you have the signature of the seller notarized before the title leaves their hands.
Late evening service was requested on the evening of Friday, July 29, 2016 for two South Carolina residents, one traveling from Abbeville County and the other residing in Duncan. Although both parties were South Carolina residents, the title in question was one hailing from North Carolina. In the State of North Carolina, title documents
One year to the day they met, a North Carolina couple wanting to officially “tie the knot” was married along the Reedy River of Falls Park on the afternoon of Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14th. Performing an actual ‘tying of the knot’ ceremony, the couple gleefully walked off into the sunset, not before grabbing a
What are the chances that a call rings into the notary service line at the very moment you find yourself doing a little shopping? ALL THE TIME. What are the chances that a call rings into the notary line and the parties needing service are less than a mile away? It happens, however, the peculiar thing
The calls just keep rolling in to the GreenvilleNotary.com lines! Wow, notarization #4, but officially #13 occurred in the late afternoon of Sunday, September 27, 2015 at Spill the Beans coffeehouse on behalf of a Simpsonville, South Carolina resident. Due to the nature of the signing, we’ll just say that this particular document was vehicle/driving-related
On the evening of Thursday, September 24, 2015, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak witnessed the signatures for a State of South Carolina notary on the transfer of title of his vehicle to another party, a resident of North Carolina. The call rang in to our lines at approximately 4:50pm, and by 5:15pm, the new customers were being served! If
A local couple called late Monday evening for documents that needed to be signed same-day. Turns out the batch of documents was the seller-side of a State of North Carolina transaction. With our 24-hour a day, seven day a week service, we give signers who need documents notarized last minute a chance to get it
Thanks to Superior Notary Services, a North Carolina resident and his family signed off on a new home purchase. As you may or may not know, because South Carolina is an attorney state, notaries here cannot close on South Carolina real property transactions. An attorney MUST be present and close on these transactions. However, with
May 16, 2015 To (Unnamed North Carolina Agency), I am the notary that sat before both (name protected for security purposes) and (name protected for security purposes) on Thursday, May 7, 2015 for a South Carolina Bill of Sale identity verification. As a notary public, I am here to act in the capacity ONLY to
As we welcome Notary Public Katannya Martin of N Demand Nail Studios into Notaryland, a notarization was performed at her shop at 104 Airport Road, Greenville, SC 29607 on behalf of a South Carolinian seller and a North Carolina vehicle buyer. The parties also presented a Bill of Sale. Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak
A Truth in Lending Disclosure Form was signed by two out-of-state residents and notarized by Sonita M. Leak, Certified Notary Public Signing Agent and owner of GreenvilleNotary.com on June 24, 2014. The disclosure was written for Natco Credit Union, based in Richmond, Indiana. Thank you for your business, and we’re glad you came to us in your time of
A Notary Public from GreenvilleNotary.com was present and oversaw a multi-document signing for a North Carolina property on April 30, 2014. The signing and notarization took place at OJ’s Diner off of Pendleton Street in Greenville, SC. Thank you for your business. I hope the service was EVERYTHING you expected!