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3193 Village Green Drive Aurora, IL 60504

I hired Tiffany to do a loan closing signing for us. I told her this was a large pkg and had it to her at least 4 days prior to signing. Had sent contact info for customer to her weeks ahead. She had previously made contact with borrower. I sent all loan docs directly from lender with all contact info for her to call with any questions. I also sent my title documents to her along with fedx airbill to return docs. She emailed me 330 am day of signing stating she was getting all put together but didn't have contact info got borrower. I again forwarded her contact info for borrower. Never heard from her day of signing. Today i recd docs. Two had no notary seal. Most were not dated. State and county where signed were not changed. It was apparent she pre notarized all docs prior to the signing as she had notarized in places where my builder and seller were to be acknowledged???!! I now have to make new docs for seller and builder to sign. She did not get any of my title docs signed and argued with me that i never sent them. However she used the fedx airbill that was st the back of my docs. There were st least 15 docs she did not even have buyer sign. She again was argumentative and did not want to help get this closing resolved. Borrower finally printed docs and did them herself. This notary has no business doing any kind of closings. Totally incompetent and unprofessional. Very very disappointed. Borrower told me she made comment to her she had no idea how big pkg was and had to go to library to print docs. So very unorganized and false advertising of her abilities.

Kim Peavy on 3/5/2019 5:56:45 PM

Notary's responses:
Kim from Centennial was loud and rude. It was several different people contacting me about this client. With that being said I did send an email @ 3am cst the day of notary to confirm. Since the buyer hadn’t confirmed the time an place that we talked about earlier in the week. An thankful I did this because she was given a time an date from Kim not from me. Every time Kim and I spoke she was loud and demanding, I believe this madness came from the thought of losing the commission. I finally talked to the clients attorney and she apologized and thanked me for my services. Kim kept yelling this isn’t right the entire signing had to be redone, her emails went way into the night. Finally I had to show her no one else was bothered and yes the one page I didn’t notarize was taken care of. I offered to correct my mistake to insure that I would get paid. Instead Kim kept yelling and demanding stating this all has to be redone even after I showed her the emails from the other parties saying everything was fine. Instead of admitting she made a mistake as we all do sometimes she said there would be no payment even though the attorney for the buyer sent an email saying everything was fine they fixed the one page. This was the worst childlike behavior I’ve seen from a so called professional. Her colleagues even complained about her attitude to me. I think she is going through a identity crisis because all she kept saying is I don’t care what nobody said I the person that matters. She clearly didn’t understand that the majority rules and the attorney wasn’t lying they used the documents I notarized. This was not worth the headache for her to refuse to pay me.

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