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3585 N.E. 207th Street, # C9, 0712 Aventura, FL 33180

Louis was great, came to me at 11:30 pm, promt, and very professional. Highly recommend for anyone that needs his service.

Melissa  on 6/29/2018 8:49:06 PM

Louis Pardo''s services were beyond my expectations. He was on time with everything, efficient and very professional. Louis is an asset to anyone who needs notary services. You can depend on him a be rest assure that he will do an outstanding job.

gladys sola on 12/10/2017 10:36:14 AM

Louis was the notary. There were several mistakes from the notaries end from a title standpoint.

* We emailed the closing documents in a secure email and asked for a reply that they were received. Did not receive a response.

* A Correction was made later in the day an documents needed to be swapped in and out of the original package send. The notary never printed the first package and arrived at closing with only the "corrective" documents. When a phone call was made to me by the agent about this, the notary came across as very argumentative stating that the "website" only had the corrective documents. The documents were sent as a secure attachment, which the notary needed to log in to get - not a specific website.

* The agent and buyer both noticed that the notary was missing items to fill out on the documents and when they questioned him, he stated that it was not necessary and made a negative comment about the title company.

* The documents were being emailed to us as the title company to review and when I sent an email back to Louis to correct 2 items - the same items the Buyer and the Agent mentioned previously. I received a text with a picture of the 1 correction and asking what the other document was that needed correction, so he was obviously in receipt of the email that mentioned both corrections.

* He went on to tell the agents and myself that he could not open the attachment because it was too large, but at this time an attachment was not being sent. It was a regular email.

* As I was reviewing the documents, I received a call from a customer and Louis tried calling in at the same time. I was unable to get off the call in time to speak with him. I had sent a text to the agent to say I was on the phone. Once I called back to the closing, I was told that Louis had left the closing because I did not answer my phone.

It was all round not a pleasant experience dealing with Louis. However, he was on time for the closing, just unprepared. Then after closing, there is a question on the invoice because 123Notary states the company name is Beach Mobile Notary Service, but the invoice is in the name of Courtesy Notary Public - which makes it a bit confusion as well.

Krista Kellough on 11/21/2017 9:58:24 AM

Louis was amazing to deal with during my closing. He was extremely prompt , courteous , and kind. He dealt with my Mom ( A stroke victim) with the upmost dignity . He explanations were clear and consistent . I would give his my highest recommendation. Louis was amazing !!!!!!!

Silvia Ponce on 9/6/2017 8:21:08 AM


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