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3208 East Colonial Dr. #140 Orlando, FL 32803

Wonderful, Professional and Knowledgeable. I will use every-time!!!!

M HARRELL on 9/16/2015 2:23:45 PM

Teresa is "the most reliable" signing agent/notary that I have worked with; closing more than 20 mobile closings in the Orlando area for our company (we are located in Lakeland). She accepts last minute closings and has always closed with utmost accuracy and professionalism. I am highly recommending Teresa Burrell.

Kathy Moorman on 6/16/2013 10:03:18 AM

I spoke to Teresa on Friday morning (11/16/2012) at about 9:30 AM I explained to her my notary canceled on me at 7 am and he had a 3:30 appointment. She said "I can commit to that". I sent her the documents with contact information and detailed notes on where to sign on each document. She got this information at 10:00am. She called and confirmed time with the client at 3:00pm for 3:30 signing. Then she called me at 3:15 with questions about the docs she was asking me where to sign and if she needed a date. I explained to her all the docs and she said 10 min till 3:30 she did not want to go! I was so shocked! I had never met anyone with such a lack of professionalism. I called my client (who was waiting for her, after she (Teresa) confirmed the appointment. WARNING DO NOT USE THIS NOTARY!! NOT PROFESSIONAL!!!!

Laura Mantey on 11/16/2012 9:24:47 PM

Notary's responses:
I received a call from Laura at 8:46 AM on Friday, 11/16/12. She said she had a signing at 3:30 PM regarding some "Land Trust" documents that needed to be signed by her client and some of the documents would require notarization. After asking the location of the signing (32801 zip code) and the number of documents involved (17), I agreed to handle the assignment.

The email containing the docs and assignment information was sent at 10:28 AM and since I was in another signing at that time, I did not have an opportunity to call the signer to confirm until 12:41 PM. I left a voice mail message and asked for a return call to confirm that she was expecting me and would have valid identification as well as the required documents (copy of driver's license, cashier's check, voided check) as specified in the email from Laura.

The signer did not call me back to confirm. I do not travel to the signing location until I have confirmed with the signer, so I called her again at 2:53 PM and this time she answered the phone. She indicated that she wanted to sign, but was confused about the requirement for a voided check. I told her that she would need to call Laura for an explanation. In the meantime, I looked over the documents I had printed and discovered some issues. I called Laura at 3:07 PM to ask some questions and after our discussion decided that I would not be able to handle the assignment after all.

•More than 90 minutes elapsed between our phone conversation and the receipt of the emailed documents.
•The signing location was not in zip 32801, but in zip 32812, a difference of approximately 10 miles (and 20-30 minutes driving time).
•The documents were all individual files, 13 in all, with an additional checklist (showing 15 items plus a voided check to be picked up). Very time consuming to print individual documents and match them up to the checklist.
•The documents were some type of foreclosure relief program (not what I was expecting) with a requirement to pick up a cashier's check from the signer.
•The checklist indicated the "Warranty Deed of Trust..." was to be notarized, but there was no notarial certificate, just places for two witnesses to sign. This same document had blank spaces where dates and other information needed to be filled in if a notarization was to be performed, but no instructions regarding what was to go in the blanks. There was also a referenced exhibit that was not included.

If the documents had been sent immediately after our initial conversation, as I expected, I would have had the time to review them immediately and ask questions. At that point, I probably would have cancelled due to the location being different that what was initially discussed. Since I had other appointments already scheduled for that day, I did not discover the document issues until later on. At that point, there seemed to be more issues than I felt I could handle in the time allotted for this signing.

It was a pleasure to work with Teresa. She was professional, and courteous. And even though there was a problem with the documentation, my error, she handled it quick and with no problem. I will continue to use her again if I have clients in her area.

Steve Davidson on 10/26/2011 9:03:20 AM


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