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Please Call for Address Petaluma, CA 94952

Frank Tabacca passed the 123notary Elite Certification Test on Jul 16, 2017.

Jeremy Belmont on 7/16/2017 12:11:08 PM

I was so very impressed by my first conversation with Frank requesting a signing for my client''s home loan. He explained the details of how he prepares for a signing appointment and reviews the client''s ID information to be sure they match the loan documents, and also checks with them to be confirm if they wanted an impound/reserve account or not! He really wants to be sure the docs are correct and that is appreciated. If only everyone would do this. He was so thorough and I immediately felt secure that he would take care of my out of state clients on their purchase...and HE DID! I hope to work with him again and highly recommend him.

Sarah Larson on 11/6/2016 1:15:45 PM


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