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37821 Andrews court Fremont, CA 94536

Usha was very polite and extremely accommodating. I called her at a last minutes notice and she was at the house within 40-45 minutes
Awesome customer service.

Jamie Perez on 26/09/2017 04:06:50 PM

Usha Patel passed the 123notary Recertification Test on July 7, 2017.

Jeremy Belmont on 07/07/2017 11:50:58 AM

I was extremely disappointed with Usha's attitude while we were in a client meeting and she interrupted me abruptly. It was rude on her part on how she handled it and to add on she was argumentive over the phone when I called her out on it.

Ritika Singh on 26/06/2014 07:31:22 PM

Usha's loan document signings for us have been error free & professional. Her detailed work has made her a great match for our 5 star rated company. She is courteous to our clients and the documents are signed in a thorough, professional, and timely manner. I would highly recommend Usha for any of your Mobile Signing Agent/Notary Public needs!

Michelle Williams, Owner
The Signing Agents, LLC
Office: 520-808-0802
Fax: 515-954-3322

Michelle Williams on 22/08/2011 07:27:45 PM


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