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Available Upon Request East Berlin, PA 17316

Tessa was supposed to do a notarization for me and I sent her all the documents and files via email and she wrote back asking what kind of notarization it was for because she had some questions. I wrote her back within a few minutes telling her that I am happy to answer any questions that she may have about the paperwork and signing and to give me a call when she gets a chance so we are not going back and forth via a bunch of text messages. It was the day before the signing and Tessa NEVER messaged me back, emailed me back or called me back. She displayed a blatant lack of professionalism to her client and put me and my company in a tight position because she also never canceled the notary appointment so I had to rush last minute to find another solution because she was completely unresponsive.

It''s unfortunate that I have to leave a negative review but I hope that no other client deals with what I had to go through with her. Most clients trust that when they hire a notary and the notary clearly agrees to the do the signing that their notary will, at the very least, communicate with them but clearly that has not been the case with Tessa whose lack of communication and poor responsiveness has left a sour taste in my mouth.

J Flair on 26/06/2022 01:47:21 PM


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