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9425 Mark Twain Ln Port Richey, FL 34668

Aimee was the most pleasant lady to meet, her communication skills are excellent she’s a very accommodating was able to meet me not once but twice at a nursing home where my brother is a residence I cannot say enough good things about her, please if you need a notary reach out to Amy she is wonderful!

Tammy Buntz on 4/6/2022 2:39:14 PM

LOVE AMY!!! The first time that I contacted Amy was around 8pm and she had no problem helping me out right on the spot. She is very professional and listens to what you would like to accomplish and SHE GETS IT DONE with such professionalism! She will be the one that we will continually use time and time again. Dale

Dale DeCicco on 2/9/2022 11:38:09 AM

Amy was a terrific notary. We worked remotely and she was communicative, reliable, kind, and professional. Thank you, Amy, for helping facilitate this transaction so professionally and smoothly.

Joe V-R on 8/17/2021 9:57:21 AM

 

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