Although Social Media is all the rage, so is the privacy of our precious signers in their time of need. Although information about signing are provided on GreenvilleNotary.com, each and every customer is treated with kit gloves, and for those who wish not to disclose their particular situation to the public, it is NOT disclosed. Never will we disclose information regarding certain transactions, including, but not limited to birth, death, nor accidents.
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
Today is Saturday, November 26, 2016 – Shop Small Saturday. Yay. What does this mean for GreenvilleNotary.com customers? Well, it means that we will be offering discounts to the public (local callers only) for service on today. It’s quite the ‘BIG’ deal as some transactions go into three-digit figures. You might just want to take
No, not everyone likes Social Media, however, in times when you really need ‘cater to you’ service and you need a Notary Public, sometimes seeking resources on Social Media is the best way. Just ask Greenville360.com Founder, David Kabrin. That’s just how he found us… Quote, unquote, ” I’ve seen you plenty across social media
“The Social Media sphere-of-influence draws Search Engine Optimists to the table in one swoop!” Late evening on Sunday, May 15th, a local resident called into GreenvilleNotary.com‘s lines to have some Very Important Documents signed and then notarized by a notary public. The service was for, not that evening, but for the next morning, on a
You have two choices, well, actually three. 1) You can either join us as a fellow South Carolina Notary Public and have coffee with us on April 4, 2016. 2) You can join us as a community member, have your life care documents signed, witnessed, notarized and have coffee with us on April 5, 2016.
A short, private nuptial ceremony was performed on behalf of a local couple at Spill the Beans, 531 S. Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601. Scheduling their larger ceremony for later, the couple, which included one notary, met with Wedding Notary Public and Marriage Officiant Sonita M. Leak to have their nuptial ceremony conducted. Today’s ceremony was