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3 Hermann Museum Circle Drive Apt #6306 Houston, TX 77004

I called Ms Rosa at 10:45am, she said she would meet me in the office of her apartment. I told her I''d be there in under 30 minutes and that I was taking off immediately. We waited 30 minutes for her, called her again, left a message, had the apartment call her, nothing. Called her again 15 minutes later and she picked up like she just woke up. Said it would take her 10 minutes to get ready to come down. We waited 15 more minutes, she didn''t show, and we left. Maybe she stays up all night and parties, maybe she has crippling narcolepsy, I don''t know, but she''s not reliable. I won''t try anyone again who doesn''t have an office, and certainly no one who works out of their apartment. If you''re a Bank of America customer they have notaries, they''re professional, will do it for free, and takes about 4 minutes.

Rob  on 4/30/2015 11:14:14 AM

Luz is a great communicator and has done several jobs for me and they have been handled very professionally
I would use and recommend her

JERRY SACHS on 2/20/2012 2:43:24 PM

 

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