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October 24, 2017

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Notary Public Blog of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | We Accept Cash, Credit & Debit Cards as Payment via Square Payment Processing

When people call into the line for a Notary Public, they are met with a voice that turns into a face, that turns into a service.

What better way to have seamless service than to be able to pay for said services quickly?  In the past, we’ve had multiple options for payment, which included by way of check.  In these days and times of fraud and other monetary crimes (including counterfeiting, it has become necessary to commit to alternate forms of payment. 

Notary Blog: Salon Serenity Receipt through Square

“Not only as a business-owner do I have the ability to accept payments through Square, I also have the ability to invoice my customers right from my cellphone. With the ability to accept payments and send invoices, did you know that through Square, you can also create an Online Store? Visit my Online Store HERE. Having all these services rolled into one is a time-saver, a LIFE SAVER!”

Click on the photo of Salon Serenity Owner, Leslie Sullivan to read the full blog article!

Notary Blog: Marriage on a Carriage

I am looking to feature you. This has been quite a journey, none that would be accomplished without you, my fabulous Brides and Grooms!
The Plan: To have at least one couple featured on WeddingsbySonita.com each and every day of the year.
What else? Have a business? You know I will feature that too, as I am one for supporting local business (which I’m really passionate about).

Notary Blog: Private Authorization at Coffee Underground

Sometimes, yes sometimes signers make their requests known by email.  This was such the case for a quick in-and-out signing held at Coffee Underground, Monday, October 17, 2016. A local party needed an authorization performed for a private document and could not, for the life of her, find a notary public or any other suggested

Notary for 11-Page Document and Credit Card Service | Coffee Underground

A Very Important Document was previously signed by a local resident, however, they did not realized that their signatures required notarization.  Have no fear signer, GreenvilleNotary.com is here.  Sign on a Sunday, yes, it’s a given, we do that.  But notarize on a document that was already signed?  Well, there are additional steps you must

Notary Blog: Did you Know Most of our Customers Now Pay by Credit or Debit Card?

We didn’t know just how many people out there did not carry cash!  Considering that credit and debit card payment has become all the rage for more reasons than one, we began offering credit card and debit card payment in 2013. Back then, not so many customers expected to pay by this option, and there

Notary for Private Legal Documents for Traveling Resident | Coffee Underground

GreenvilleNotary.com caters to its customers on weekends too!  On Sunday, September 27, 2015, a local resident who travels frequently, came home to a legal document that needed to be hand-delivered next day. The arrival and get around to signing time took a little longer than expected due to the fact that the signer had to

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 Marriage Ceremony Held at Probate Court, Greenville, SC

Kermit and Stephanie, a local Simpsonville, South Carolina couple was married here in Greenville, South Carolina by Certified Notary Signing Agent and Wedding and Marriage Officiant Sonita M. Leak, on this Second Day of June, in the Two-thousand Fifteenth Year of our Lord. Their nuptials occurred surrounded by their three children and the beautiful cooler

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