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80 Saratoga Ct. South Elgin, IL 60177

Judith was absolutely wonderful!! She was prompt in my initial inquiry, she was available at the time and day we needed her, and she did the job in a professional manner! I would highly recommend her for any of your notary needs!!!

Cicely Andreoni on 12/5/2015 4:29:36 PM

We called Judith desperate for a notary late on a Saturday afternoon after we'd driven everywhere looking for one. She was in the area and came right over. She was very professional and efficient and got the job done! Highly recommended!

Rachel DelRio on 7/27/2012 4:22:35 PM

Notary Judy Berlin has been handling my refinance closings for over 5 years now. She does a fantastic job. She is always on time, very knowledgeable and friendly. I know that I will have nothing to worry about when she is involved.

Joe Romano on 8/7/2011 5:56:42 PM

 

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