Notary Blog & Podcast of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | From Greenville to Central to Clemson… What a Night!

Notary Blog & Podcast of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA
From Greenville to Central to Clemson… What a Night!
January 11, 2018

Greenville, SC
I cannot stress enough the importance of taking daily naps.  Because of an, ahem, lengthy nap had on this day, I was able to field three afternoon and evening assignments with ease.

Well, we won’t say with ease.

My first signing started right in the midst of Downtown Greenville, South Carolina. Although I previously assisted one of my repeat customers at her former business location, I was able to win over the business of  Robin Bylenga, Owner of Pedal Chic with three separate signature notarizations on behalf of her NEW LOCATION of 250 Riverplace, Suite B, Greenville, SC 29601.

During the printing of my next Central, South Carolina assignment (74 pages worth printed twice), another assignment was called in through the telephone lines.  The call was on behalf of a Walhalla, South Carolina resident working in Greenville.  One problem with the situation is that the signer, a State of Arizona resident, had already started heading back to Walhalla after working an 11-hour shift. They needed a way to sign and to rest before their shift again at 8am in the morning. Soooooo, the page range went from 74 pages printed twice (148), to 243, with the addition of the 95 pages for our Clemson signer.

Having already the Central, South Carolina signing in early evening, it was set-up to meet the signer in Clemson, South Carolina at a mutual and public location.  That location became Starbucks Clemson.  With a couple of cups of coffee under our belt, signing on a 95-page legal sized package relating to property commenced.  The signing took approximately 45 minutes to complete.  Signature notarization was involved in this package, as there were about 6 signatures to have notarized on the documents.

My day was finalized in Clemson, and all jobs were completed by 9pm, OH WHAT A NIGHT!

Your Local Upstate Notary Public,

Sonita M. Leak
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