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November 18, 2017

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Notary Blog: Recent Customer Reviews

It’s been a while since we posted recent customer reviews of our notary service, so here is where we left off almost two years ago?!? Yes, a WHOLE two years ago: Great experience. Knowledgeable and ready to support. Would definitely recommend to anyone. Daniel Bojan on 9/9/2016 9:50:41 AM Proffesional prompt service Very good service Patrick Absalom

Notary for Agreement | Spill the Beans

“Nice weather weekends wouldn’t be complete without assisting customers in need of notary service.” On the afternoon of Friday, March 18, 2016, a client in need of a notary on behalf of their father, met with Notary Sonita Leak at Spill the Beans. The parent works a fairly tight schedule, it is a chore for

Notary for Application for Waste Tire Hauler | Sweet’s Tire & Brake

“An Application for a South Carolina Waste Tire Hauler Registration was completed by Sweet’s Tire & Brake’s Owner.” He then had his signature notarized, a requirement for the form. Taking care of this notary’s tires has been a Sweet’s tradition since inception, so the Owner returned the favor and patronized GreenvilleNotary.com. Because of the obvious

Notary for Letter of Recommendation for Character and Fitness | Spill the Beans, Greenville

A potential candidate for the South Carolina Bar needed a character witness to write a statement and have it notarized.  The character witness called early on Friday morning to set an appointment with us here at GreenvilleNotary.com.  The original appointment was set for shortly after 3pm, however, due to the signer’s schedule, the appointment had

Notary for Private Document at the Greenville Health System Cancer Institute

A private document signing was completed on the afternoon of Friday, September 11, 2015 for an Easley, South Carolina resident at the Greenville Health System Cancer Institute.  Originally set for 11:00am, appointments and plans changed things. A sincere ‘Thank you’ to the Notary Direct customer we assisted for working with us.  I’m sure Notary Direct

Notary for Private Security Document at Spill the Beans, Downtown Greenville

A private document was signed by a new customer who needed the assistance of a notary public.  Originally set for ‘about two weeks ago’ near his ZF Transmissions workplace, the signer had to reschedule due to work obligations. The signing would have taken place in conjunction with an earlier signing in Gray Court on July 14,

New Blog Post: Notary for Revocable Trust Notarization for Out-of-State Resident

An out-of-state resident called on GreenvilleNotary.com because of her tight traveling schedule and the need for a notary, not only for weekend service, but for after hours weekend service.  The signing was conducted at Spill the Beans, 531 S. Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601 on a day when just about ALL of Greenville, SC was

New Blog Post: Notary for Oversight of Seller-Side Docs for a Nevada Property

An oversight and notarization of one (1) document within a Seller’s-Side package was conducted on Friday, February 20, 2015 at the Marriott TownePlace Suites off of Mall Connector Road, near Haywood Mall, Greenville, SC 29607.  This signing involved a traveling customer and the signing was deemed complex because of his travel and work schedule. Thanks to

New Blog Post: Notary for Wyoming Seller-Side Documents for Local Residents

A Wyoming Seller-Side document package was completed by two local residents and oversight was conducted by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak on Friday, February 6, 2015.  The signing was deemed urgent by the sellers as they had to return the document so that the transaction could close in a timely manner. This

Vehicle Title Transfer

New Blog Post: Notary for Urgent FedEx After-Hours Signing & Safety Precaution!

Around 5:30pm on Monday, January 26, 2015, GreenvilleNotary.com received a call in regard to a local resident who needed to have a document notarized.  The document was a two-party document, and to prevent each signer from having to appear before a separate notary, Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak answered the call. Our

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