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2245 E. Colorado Blvd.Suite 104-171 Pasadena, CA 91107

I have used her since 2015 and she is always courteous and friendly explaining what I need and need to do

Margaret summers on 09/08/2018 10:37:01 AM

Roseann answer all my questions and help me out understanding court process and guide me to solve my problem thank you

Maria Angel on 14/04/2018 04:09:56 PM

Camille Parra is the only Notary that our Office will use! She is always punctual and very friendly. many times we have needed her services in a hurry and she has never let us down.

Jessica Poppe on 30/07/2010 02:05:17 PM

Camille does an outstanding job as a notary. She comes to the workplace or mutual meeting place to sign the documents. She has always arrived on time and done a very professional job.When asked to have the documents delivered to UPS immediately due to time restraints, she has never let me down. Her fees are reasonable and I would recommend her to any potential client.

Gregory Clark on 19/06/2010 01:32:58 PM


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