Say you’ve lost your cell phone or your vehicle was stolen. You will be surprised of all the instances where you might need our services. Have a loved on in an assisted living facility or rehabilitation and you need someone mobile?
Getting a notary public to notarize a signature on a document for someone who has expired or no identification.
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Notary on the road and you need something notarized? Not a problem. Well, usually. A signing occurred close to Noon on Monday, December 19, 2016. The signer was a Repeat Customer of GreenvilleNotary.com and was about to leave his location of the Hughes Main Library by Noon. If he missed his chance to get the document signed, the result would have been absolutely no good.
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.
Just so you know, most bank notaries and even choice other notaries in public offices that have not completed Signing Agent training for out-of-state documents are not aware of some of the Interstate laws; they may not complete a signing correctly. You can be assured that here at GreenvilleNotary.com, we have many years of training to ensure that the entire document process is taken care of.
Notary service on behalf of local residents is our game. However, considering that we just experienced Shop Small Saturday, local notary service on behalf of two local business owners is definitely a pleasure! Thanks to Betsy Tetsch (pronounced Tay-ch) of CanvasOne.com and Spencer Stanton of Stanton Photos for calling on GreenvilleNotary.com to service their need for
As a Notary Public for the State of South Carolina, one of my duties is to follow the law of the land, stay abreast of those laws and also to conduct research for new information and opportunities. As a mentor to other Notaries Public, it is also my duty to inform other Notaries of opportunities
When I think of a great Sunday after church snack, I think of ice cream. And on Sunday when I think of ice cream for that snack, I think of Spill the Beans. A local resident called into the notary line shortly after 9 a.m. on Sunday, November 20, 2016. He and his spouse needed to
So what do you do when the original meeting place doesn’t fit the bill? Well, you move. A Repeat Customer and her new spouse called into the GreenvilleNotary.com phone lines to seek help with an out-of-state transaction document.
Should you need notary service in the Upstate area throughout Greenville, Pickens, Oconee, Laurens, Abbeville, Anderson or Spartanburg Counties, call 864.214.6447. If the notary public can’t help you, we’ll find somebody who will.
What notary service do you know of that answers the phone at 7:30 in the morning? This one! On the morning of Wednesday, October 19, 2016, a local party, signer to multiple documents needed a notary before arrival to the Family Court building, in the County Square division on University Ridge in 29601. The issue at
Meeting of the minds are great, especially when you can find a notary public that works on the weekend. An out-of-state resident called in to GreenvilleNotary.com fairly late in the evening of Friday, October 14, 2016, about a very important and very sensitive matter. The party was meeting with another person from yet another state
So, no McFlurry was had, however as this notary pulled into the parking lot of the McDonalds located at the intersection of Blue Ridge Drive and White Horse Road, a local party called into the GreenvilleNotary.com lines with an urgent matter. There are no days off here, not even on sick days, so a notary’s gotta
Earlier on Tuesday, August 23, 2016, an out-of-state resident called into GreenvilleNotary.com with the need of an After-hours Mobile Notary Public. Notary Service here is different because, if it at all possible, we will meet the need of signers at a moment’s notice. It just so happens that this time around, we were forewarned. The
A very last-minute signing was carried out at Noon on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 on behalf of Statewide Document Services. One thing we pride ourselves on here at GreenvilleNotary.com is punctuality. Yes, to be late sometimes is human, however, we try our hardest to be on time, if not slightly early for most assignments and
Thanks to CSS for an evening signing in the Historic city’s centre of 29601. I know it’s been a while posting but I’m not going to let anything (or anyone) stop my flow. Yes, there are MANY posts that I’ve missed, but they will be outlined in a WHOLE NUTHA post, soon to be released!
“If you are purchasing a vehicle in South Carolina and registering it in another, please check that state’s laws in regard to notarization.” While on assignment in Easley, South Carolina, a call rang in regarding a Bill of Sale. Thinking, “This number looks familiar,” I soon knew why. The call was in reference to an
“This is what we here at GreenvilleNotary.com specialize in. However, please be aware that not all situations are fit for paperwork being notarized.” It was a very non-busy morning for GreenvilleNotary.com, well, just until about 3:30pm when an out-of-state resident traveling to see a relative at Heartland called so that business could be taken care
“A Quitclaim Deed is just that, a Claim to Quit; in other words, removing a party or parties off of the title of property.” A traveling party came all the way from out-of-state to good ole Greenville, South Carolina to have two private parties sign off on a Quitclaim Deed for a Virginia property in
“A repeat caller who called into GreenvilleNotary.com previously, called us ONCE AGAIN!” The relative of two signers called once again, however, this time, the signing took place in a different location than the first. We definitely thank the signer for the callback and repeat business. From Greenville to Simpsonville we traveled. Meeting local residents in
On the afternoon of Friday, April 1, 2016, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak traveled to… Iva, South Carolina for a Very Important Document signing on behalf of a new resident of South Carolina taking care of documents for an out-of-state property. For this signing, we worked with Signature Closers, a company we’ve worked with many
I can’t say much here because the signing was of a discreet nature, however, a local Mauldin, South Carolina resident who deals with documents needing notarization regularly was in need of a notary public to sign off on the Notary Application Renewal Form. When you have a notary right in front of you, no better
“During the signing, there were spurts of game-watching…” Don’t ever say that our notary signing agency service didn’t leave the light on for you. A signing that was originally set to take place earlier in the day stretched its way on out to the late evening. Due to a hiccup in receiving documents on time,
“A very extensive Online I-9 Authorization signing was re-routed from one location to another.” Tonight’s signing occurred on the evening of March 23, 2016 at Carolina Ale House instead of a popular Downtown Greenvillebookstore. Because the original venue was packed to the hilt, we had to make some concessions. Well, not really a concession, we
“On the spot FAX? We do that!” A swearing-in ceremony was performed by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak in the early morning hours of Wednesday, March 23, 2016. Thanks to our repeat client for entrusting in GreenvilleNotary.com’s services for her telephonic deposition hearing. It was also great seeing colleagues we normally associate
“Weekend notary fun wouldn’t be complete without signing a few documents.” I believe this to be the biggest weekend in notary history here at GreenvilleNotary.com! Signing documents is usually an easy task for this notary; this weekend has been OFF the charts. With a proposed three signings on Sunday alone, this has been by far
“So Timios Title, Inc. and the notary were back at it again, scratching and clawing their way into Clemson, South Carolina once more.” A package executed on March 14, 2016 was not complete. It was not the notary’s fault, however. The title company called on our services again to have this two-page signing completed and
“Thanks to Timios Title, Inc., GreenvilleNotary.com had it’s first far-away signing of 2016.” Traveling to Clemson, South Carolina (which, by the way, was a 40-minute ride from Greenville) was quite an enjoying experience, as I hadn’t been to Clemson since earlier in 2015. This afternoon’s signing involved an out-of-state Refinance Transaction consisting of a whopping
Notary work performed at Signature Nails in Greenville, SC 29605.
On the afternoon of Friday, February 19, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner and Certified Notary Public Sonita M. Leak completed a private document signing on behalf of a new colleague. For convenience, the signing was taken care of off of Woodruff Road. The Starbucks location where the signing took place provided a large round table where all parties,
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This Notary Minute Sound Byte is provided by National Notary Association Notary Public Ambassador and GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak. The information displayed on this website is to be used for informational purposes only. Please do not take any of the information herein as legal advice. Should you need legal advice, please consult your attorney.
What do you do with a nice, warm Sunday afternoon in December? Why, you go outside and enjoy it! What do you do when someone needs a notary on Sunday? You call on GreenvilleNotary.com! A local Upstate resident needed to sign a Duke Energy Identity Verification Form in front of a notary public and have his
A signer who called in to the notary lines shortly before our 3pm Clemson, South Carolina signing regarding two (2) affidavits met with Notary Public Sonita Leak at Spill the Beans, 531 S. Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601 on the evening of Sunday, November 29, 2015. Weekend notary service? Didn’t know there was such thing,
No, we didn’t have to send the documents off this time. This time, we had to service our client quickly and send HIM off quickly due to our normal daily activities here at GreenvilleNotary.com. The original call for service came in at 2:26pm for the need of a local resident to print two (2) copies
A new GreenvilleNotary.com customer who called us a few months back for a document signing that wasn’t realized sat before Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak on the afternoon of Monday, October 26, 2015 at Headquarters. A Vital Records Authorization Form for the State of California, County of Los Angeles document needing a Certificate
A Document Oversight happened at Another Broken Egg Cafe in Greenville, South Carolina. The signing was scheduled for later in the day at the new South Carolina resident’s workplace, however, due to a change in schedules, their availability was open to signing earlier in the day. Printing for the documents was performed at FedEx Woods
A Tennessee law firm in desperate need of a notary signing agent called into GreenvilleNotary.com mid-afternoon for a signing taking place for a transient out-of state resident. Without any other recourse, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner and Notary Public Sonita Leak took the reigns of the assignment. With the assistance of local resident A. Norman, another transient resident of
Did you know that as an out-of-state (or out-of-country) resident, you can still get married in the State of South Carolina? Show proof of identification and meet these requirements, and you too, can GET MARRIED!* Recently, we’ve married quite a few military-affiliated couples, as many of them were either being deployed, in transition, or needed
General Notary Work requires a signature and stamp/seal from a notary public, however, most Notary Signing Agent work requires a notary public to have and hold some type of ‘recognized’ certification, Errors and Omissions Insurance, a valid yearly background check screening and specific knowledge to the mortgage industry. Looking for a notary in the area with the above?
An Out-of-state resident visited us at GreenvilleNotary.com’s Headquarters for a Division of Motor Vehicles Application for Kentucky Certificate of Title or Registration. In this case, the person signing did NOT have a South Carolina identification card. Just so you know, in order to have a document notarized, you do not have to specifically have a
A Swearing-In on the part of a Plaintiff of a custody case being heard in Florida occurred on the morning of August 20, 2015. Did you know that Notaries Public can swear-in parties for out-of-jurisdiction or out-of-state court matters? If you’re like most of us, you have a workplace, and 9 times out of 10, that
An out-of-state resident sought a notary within Greenville County limits for both a General and Durable Power of Attorney in behalf of his mother. Unfamiliar with the process, the parties were very apprehensive about Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita Leak’s inked notary stamp, being used to having documents notarized with the pressed embosser that imprints
Assisting with nationwide assignments is what we do best here at GreenvilleNotary.com. So, when Nationwide Signing Services of Arizona called us for a signing initiated and finalizing in their state, we were ON IT! A same-day request for a 29-page seller-side document oversight and deed notarization occurred on the evening of Thursday, July 16, 2015.
A simple notarial act was performed for three separate documents relating to decedent procedures in another state. Because the administrator of the estate resides in South Carolina, the court on the other end needs to ensure that the person is who they say they are. This makes perfect common sense, considering they are taking care
A termination of legal guardianship document was signed by two out-of-state residents and notarized by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak. This signing today was different than most notarizations performed. Some parties to documents do not realize that they don’t have to have everyone party to the document at the table at the
We hadn’t worked with JMT Document Services in about a month, but when they pass us an assignment, we get ON THE BALL! A document printing and oversight was conducted on behalf of their company for a Quicken Loan signing on Thursday, June 25, 2015 on behalf of a couple traveling from out of state. While
GreenvilleNotary.com would like to welcome a new company into its ranks. Welcome aboard CykiX, yes, pronounced (Cy-kicks), to the GreenvilleNotary.com family. We like to ensure every company that comes aboard to provide service through us that we are the ones that SHOULD be handling their documents and the oversight of their transaction. Not only the