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10339 Coastal Shores Drive Parrish, FL 34219

Mr. Powell did a fantastic job. He was thorough and made sure everything was in order. Pleasant, professional and have recommended him to friend already.

William McHugh on 28/01/2022 09:59:46 AM

Mr.Powers was prompt being able to fit into my schedule. He was very through in making sure everything was in order. He did an amazing
job. Would recommend he to everyone
That needs a notary.

William McHugh on 26/01/2022 03:01:59 PM

Mr. Powers was very good and through. Made sure ed everything was in order. Had many documents to notarize. And he was able to fit into my schedule.

William McHugh on 26/01/2022 02:25:28 PM

Mr. Powers was extremely professional and very prompt. He met me within an hour of me calling and even ensured that I had everything filled out before he left. I would absolutely use his services again and would recommend him to others for his services.

Leori Parenteau on 10/04/2010 10:25:26 AM

 

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