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6045 E Edison St. Tucson, AZ 85712

Angela was the best. We had a Sunday EARLY morning appointment that needed to be done in a rush situation. Angela is truly a 24hr notary. She was professional, communicated in the way I requested of her. She followed through from the first call, to informing us of completion of the appointment. We look forward to working with her again next time we have something in her area. Its great to work with a notary like Angela. We highly recommend her for your next appointment!

Christian Ergueta on 11/18/2018 2:59:44 PM

Returned calls immediately, and was able to review and notarize the document within 1 hour of returning the initial phone call, being mobile in my area in Northeast Tucson!!! Excellent service, is very accommodating, and would highly recommend this notary to anyone

Jonathan Manson on 4/22/2017 11:58:43 AM

Another signing in her area. Easy call on that decision. She gets the job done.

Luke Smith on 5/14/2016 10:00:17 PM

Great, answered the phone. Kept me in the loop and got the job done. Delivered my cashier's check to the seller and got them to sign for me.

Luke Smith on 4/23/2016 2:38:56 PM


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