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6568 Boardwalk Dr. Granite Bay, CA 95746

Jim was great to work with! He was quick to answer his phone and give me a decision on if he could accommodate my request. Once the documents were signed, I had an email copy in my inbox as requested! Smooth transaction and will definitely call on him again!

Kerry Ketcherside on 05/10/2018 01:13:55 PM

Jim was a lifesaver! He was able to accommodate a last-minute signing request for us with less than 2 hours notice. He arrived promptly and was extremely professional. I would highly recommend him to everyone.

Ruby Estoy on 10/07/2018 12:10:13 PM

James Schultz passed the 123notary Recertification Audit on July 16, 2017.

Jeremy Belmont on 16/07/2017 05:29:30 PM

James is great! Was on time and help get all the paper work together and in order. This is the second time we have used him and we will continue. His fees are lower than I have found elsewhere..

Gina Armenio on 10/05/2013 03:49:02 PM

 

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