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November 22, 2017

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Notary Public Blog of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | It’s Hump Daaaaaaaaaaaaaay Wednesday

Mid-week is here… Call now to get those documents signed. Documents that you would not expect needing signature notarization sometimes REQUIRE it.  During this time of year, Summer Camp Form Authorizations for parents are quite popular; so are Arbitrary Agreements that allow parents to give permission for their minor children to gain employment during the Summer

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Notary Public Blog of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | Weekend Service When You Call? You Betcha!

People call at all hours of the day to our lines here at GreenvilleNotary.com, however, MOST services are rendered after hours, usually when there is a two-party document that needs to be signed.  Did you know that no matter where you are in the United States, both parties do not necessarily have to appear together

Notary Blog: Congratulations in Order, However, It’s a Simple, Quick One

It’s lovely that Spill the Beans is always open and available on the weekend.  Why?  Because when members of the community need notary service on the weekend or in the evening (Most nights they are open until 11:00pm), it serves as an excellent location to do the deed. On the morning of Saturday, February 6,

Notary for Repeat Customer at Images Salon | Haywood Mall, Greenville SC

Originally set to meet earlier in the day nearer to GreenvilleNotary.com Headquarters, a repeat customer called in to inform us that she had to backtrack steps and that we would not be able to service her document until later in the evening.  Was that OK with us? You betcha it was!  Thanks to a previous

Notary for Affiant Statement Regarding Original Documents | The Village Grind

On the afternoon of Friday, January 8, 2016, a caller for a rescheduled apppointment appeared before a notary at The Village Grind coffee shop. The signing was for a Jurat/Affiant Statement. Residents will call in to have identification ‘authorized’ or ‘certified as an original or true copy’ by a notary public. Unfortunately, Notaries Public in the State of South Carolina do not have the ability to do this.

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