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354 Summit Avenue Conshohocken, PA 19428

Michael did a good job answering Notary questions for us today.

Jeremy Belmont on 6/9/2017 3:51:45 PM

Mr. Serratore was very professional over the phone and told us exactly what we would need to bring to the notary meeting. He was very flexible with our schedule and even suggested meeting at a location that he''d scheduled with another client in order to save us from having to pay a fee for his travel. He was very accommodating when we called to say we were running 5 minutes late. Upon our arrival, he greeted us in a friendly manner. Once the deed was notarized he presented us with an already prepared invoice with the exact price he quoted over the phone. My daughter and I agree that he delivered great service.

Eleanor Roper on 2/27/2017 6:42:00 PM

 

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