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215 Greenridge Drive Lake Oswego, OR 97035

Super accommodating notary for those borrowers that are difficult with schedules. Great service and kept in touch throughout a very difficult transaction.

Holly James on 9/25/2017 2:50:39 PM

Daniel was incredibly helpful and always quick to respond to emails. He was very efficient and I will certainly keep his details in case we need help again in the future. Thank you Daniel for a superb service.

Robyn Lane on 8/29/2017 3:53:19 AM

Daniel was so helpful is getting our documents printed, delivered AND notarizing our signatures so we could close early on our house. Such a sweet guy and didnt mind coming to our home at 10 pm. Highly recommended!

Marissa McLean on 8/21/2017 1:02:54 PM

Daniel translated all of my foreign transcripts from Spanish to English and certified the copies. The format is beautiful and will be easy to understand for my background check. All in less than 3 days! Thank you!!!

Dario Romero on 7/19/2017 9:12:18 PM

Daniel was very helpful! He even went out of his way to get our Apostille arranged for us SAME DAY! If you need quick and quality service, please trust this young man with your business. We will be keeping him on speed dial.

Rania Nazari on 7/18/2017 1:21:45 PM


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