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48731 S. I-94 Service Dr Belleville, MI 48111

Miss merchant did a very professional and proficient job in notarizing my documents I recommend her highly

Jannette Thompson on 2/16/2022 2:53:42 PM

We will certainly use Tamika again. She was on time, great review from the client. Overall great notary.

pazzella colston bonner on 1/24/2022 12:31:51 PM

Tamika was very pleasant to speak with. I called her up to do an assignment for me and she immediately responded with urgency to my request.
The assignment had to be done on a Sunday and she did not hesitated to do so.
She is very professional, resourceful and quite dependable
Tamika was very prompt as she she completed the assignment on time and returned the documents immediately back to us.
I would definitely recommend her to anyone as she provided great Notary services and look forward to doing business with her again!

Pauline Ramdath on 3/29/2021 10:23:05 AM

 

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