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Keith Howard, California Notary Public
11878 Glenhope Rd San Diego, CA 92128
Keith was very responsive and prompt to my inquiry regarding availaibility for a HELOC signing. My client's were very happy with his service. I highly recommend Keith for notary signing and I will definitely be using his services in the near future.
Mayra Brooks on 6/19/2014 1:46:38 PM
Keith was excellent. I needed my trust papers notarized and he was ontime for our appointment and knew what he was doing. He even caught a typo on one paper. I highly recommend him.
Mark Steinbaugh on 10/9/2012 11:33:22 PM
I found Keith here on 123notary.com and am very glad to have found him! He was very friendly, and very efficient! I will be continuing to use him for future signings and recommend him to everyone or anyone who needs him for a signing in San Diego! =) A++ work!
Jocelyn Sarmiento on 7/30/2012 2:51:23 PM
Hello, This is Keith Howard writing a review about myself to alert you, my potential customer, that it is possible to write a review about oneself (and pretend to be a customer) on this website. Have a nice day :-)
Keith Howard on 8/19/2011 5:48:15 AM
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