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40 Garden Ln Mill Hall, PA 17751

We hired this notary to do a closing for us, and at the very last minute, they cancelled. Their excuse was that we, Equity Settlement, had bad reviews.
In any case, they shouldve cancelled 3 days ago when we first gave them the assignment.
We, as a Company are very professional and expect the same from Notaries we look for.
This was a very unprofessional Notary and needless to say, we will never call them again.

Lori Seltzer on 19/09/2012 02:30:36 PM

Notary's responses:
I notified this company within hours that I could not do this closing for them. I explained that because they maintained a 2 star rating, on a 5 star rating system, I could not complete this closing for them. I did offer to take an advance payment via PayPal. I heard nothing in reply until the docs were received today.

I definitely gave enough notice to either pay via PayPal or find another notary and feel I handled this very professionally.

Perhaps they need to monitor all email addresses and provide faster pay to bring their ratings up.

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