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8751 SW 10th Street Pembroke Pines, FL 33025

Dana Dixon was so helpful. She was pleasant, professional and so very nice.
I would recommend her for mobile notary services.
Thank you Dana.

Rene Gorman on 06/03/2020 08:44:17 AM

Dana was personable and took the time to greet each of us that she was notorizing. She got to the task and kept all of us on point. She will be the one we call it future needs arise as well as who we recommend.

Penny Zervigon on 14/11/2019 04:03:26 PM

Dana was immediately responsive to my request for notary services and handled my documentation needs with courtesy and promptness.

Elizabeth Brackman on 15/05/2019 06:47:53 AM

VERY PROFESSIONAL AND EFFICIENT

LORI WATSON on 11/02/2019 08:14:01 AM

Ms. Dixon has been providing her notary service for ongoing special projects at major banking centers. She has proven to be extremely dependable, professional and knowledgeable. Often times we call her with very little notice and she does her best to accommodate our needs. I highly recommend Ms. Dixon for all your notary needs.

Jeanette Naughton on 12/07/2016 07:41:33 AM

 

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