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3070 Maiden Lane Manchester, MD 21102

I hired Notary Christa Johnson from this website; because I was “in need of” a MOBILE NOTARY who could meet me at a MD Nursing Home (my Mother is an Amputee & her physical health now prevents her from living alone).

Christa immediately answered her cell when I called her. I told her the situation & we agreed on a date/time that she could Notarize a Power of Attorney (POA).

She texted the day before to confirm our scheduled appointment.

She was punctual, polite, and very professional!! Christa was versed in Maryland’s POAs laws & she even advised me that I had to send a copy of the POA to MD’s Comptroller.

If I need the services of a Mobile Notary again, I will not hesitate to call Ms. Johnson!!

S Tarazona on 10/13/2021 12:37:47 PM

I don't leave a lot of reviews but wanted to commend Christa on her punctuality and professionalism. She came to my location, was on time and an absolute pleasure to work with. I highly recommend anyone looking for notary services to use Christa. She was great!

Jim A on 9/23/2021 7:04:00 PM


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