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616 Gholson Ave Cincinnati, OH 45229

I'm very satisfied with the service that was provided. Thomas was on time, professional, and local to Cincinnati.

Kyle Cornelius on 5/3/2017 11:45:53 AM

We were very satisfied with the service we received. Thomas was very efficient and professional and handled our request in an incredibly timely manner. We'll be sure to do busy with him in the future.

Allen Coker on 4/24/2017 6:19:26 PM

If you need a detailed oriented, punctual, and professional notary in the Cincinnati OH area, ( and the northern Kentucky area) Do yourself a favor and contact Thomas Curtis. Mr. Curtis handled a recent Refinance closing for me and his work was outstanding! I will be calling Thomas for all of my closings that happen in his area. Thank you Thomas for going above and beyond!

Eric Loveless
Scheduling Manager
Apex Closing Services LLC

Eric Loveless on 3/12/2017 5:37:00 PM


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