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3252 Englewood st, 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19149

Virginia Carr threatened me with a class action law suit simply because I asked her to answer five quick Notary questions by phone. She objected to the fact that she has already invested in a listing with us and now I surprise her with the fact that I want to ask some very rudimentary questions about daily Notary functions which she is supposed to know anyway otherwise she would not be safe to hire.

It is our policy at 123notary to ask a few Notary questions to our Notaries to verify that they indeed are proficient at the daily aspects of their work. If they get the answers wrong they have the right to study from our free study guide and quiz again at no cost. The quiz takes two minutes tops.

This Notary is hostile, antagonistic, and would not back down. She would not stop arguing and would not stop talking. I have not caused this Notary any harm, yet she wants to start a huge hoopla merely because I wanted to ask five simple questions about journals, Oaths, Notary paperwork, Notary acts, and that sort of thing.

In addition to the relentless hostility, I have no proof that this Notary has any competency as a Notary Public.

Jeremy Belmont on 10/21/2017 4:40:20 PM


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