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13 Dogwood Ct Selden, NY 11784

In addition to writing six harrassing emails to us that made false accusations and included rude language, this notary SLANDERED us on our FACEBOOK profile calling us frauds. If you are going to accuse someone of fraud, you should have evidence, otherwise it is a false accusation, hence slander which is libelous and defamitory behavior. It will be interesting to see what type of low blow this notary delivers to us next. I have the feeling I won't be waiting long.

Jeremy Belmont on 8/17/2011 5:25:31 PM

This notary was very rude to me in several emails. He used bad language and made false accusations against me. I warned him to stop antagonizing me by email otherwise I would post this review, and he threatened to "bury" me if I published this review.

Jeremy Belmont on 8/15/2011 3:43:05 AM

 

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