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November 18, 2017

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Notary Blog | Do Not Dread Monday, Your Upstate, South Carolina Notary Public is “In”

You don’t have to dread Monday. As a matter of fact, you don’t have to dread any OTHER day of the week. Just call. We service Greenville, Pickens, Oconee, Spartanburg, Anderson Counties in the following cities (plus more): Greenville, Easley, Travelers Rest, Mauldin, Anderson, Seneca, Westminster, Clemson, Taylors, Greer, Lyman, Spartanburg, Duncan, Wellford, Fountain Inn, Simpsonville, Pendleton, et. al.

Is it Hump Day Yet

Notary Public Blog of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | You Know You Needed A Notary Yesterday | Services Explained

Not only will I notarize your document for you, I can also…

1) Scan your document into PDF format so that it is printable;
2) Securely send the document to a recipient by either email or fax;
3) Accept Credit and Debit Cards;
4) Provide Early and After Hours service for any of the options above.

Notary Blog | Happy Administrative Professionals’ Day to All In-Office

Whether you are in a Virtual Office or a Brick-and-Mortar one, Happy Administrative Professionals’ Day to all who serve. Service through Carpal Tunnel, endless days and nights at the computer, suffering from eye strain (or not). Take it from this Notary Public, being an Administrative Professional can be a tough job!

Sonita Leak’s Notary Blog: Signing Interrupted…

A signing originally set to take place at Coffee Underground was uprooted due to traffic from the pageant that took place over the weekend. Although we attempt to keep our signings as private as possible, we had no choice but to take this one outside. Today’s document process involved four individuals, with assistance from two

Sonita M. Leak’s Notary Blog: Greenville Packed

Downtown Greenville was a pageant hub all weekend long; and because the city was bumbling with pageant contestants and parents, all of our regular spots were darn near full. Thankfully, we were able to find a quiet little corner at Port City Java in order to conduct a signing on behalf of a local resident

Notary Blog: Typewritten Letter at the Regency

Mobile Notary Service in 15 minutes? Say it isn’t so… Yes, it is so.  We can be there ASAP when you call.  You can contact our service several ways: 1) By way of Good Ole Telephone at 864.214.6447 2) By email to greenvillenotary@gmail.com* 3) Picking up a Card on location, just about anywhere 4) Live Chat on

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