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3300 Beecaves Road Suite 650-191 Austin, TX 78746

I would like to highlight a positive experience and emphasize the extraordinary efforts made on my behalf. I hired these guys to have a real estate purchase contract with an out of state Seller signed then picked up. The seller was extremely difficult and kept changing times and location. These guys kept calling and literally drove out to the Sellers house 3 times until they got the job done. Outstanding service and I give these guys 5 stars!!

Greg Laborde on 12/22/2019 10:07:49 PM

I spoke with Harvey, who was extremely professional. Unfortunately, he was unavailable to assist us with our signing at the time we needed, but he was able to find another notary and set it all up for me.
Zach arrived on time, nicely dressed, polite, and professional.
I would recommend Austin Mobile Notary Services.

Anna Brantley on 12/17/2019 4:06:16 PM


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