All in a days work, right? A remote employee of Asurion, a nationwide-employer of teleservices agents who process insurance claims, called GreenvilleNotary.com a few days before to set an appointment to have her I-9 Authorization Form completed and Attestation Form notarized in Greenville, SC. The employee could not find a notary who could accurately complete the 1/2 in-person and 1/2 electronic process. These identity proofings can be quite complicated and if not completed correctly lead in 1) the employee not being hired or 2) the lengthy process of having the proofing completed all over again.
The employee traveled all the way from Union, South Carolina to have this process completed. This proofing was completed by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak, accompanied by Notary Apprentice Tasha Robbins, who plans on becoming a notary public for the State of South Carolina in the next coming weeks. For an application to become a notary public in this state, visit www.scsos.com and click on the Notaries and Apostilles tab.