123Notary
Enter Zip, City, or County... i.e. orange,NY or 90019
Search Method:    regular time edocs

 


Judy Jeong, Mobile Notary Public - Pleasanton, CA
Located in Alameda County, CA

Name: Judy Jeong
Company: Perfect Signings Mobile Notary
Mail Address: 5410 Montalvo Court
Pleasanton,  CA 94588
Preferred Phone: 415-858-9856
EMail:
Notary Service: Regular Hours
123Notary.com Certified? No # of Loan Signed: 700
Bilingual Assistance: E-doc Capabilities: Yes
Printer: Double Tray Laser Printer MB of RAM on Printer:
Internet: Cable Internet Connection Wireless Card: No
E&O Insurance Amount: $100,000.00 Reverse Mortgage: Yes
Hospital Signings: Yes Jail Signings: No
Affidavit: Yes Power of Attorney Documents: Yes
Business Documents: Yes Immigration Documents: Yes
All Counties We Offer Mobile Notary Service to:
• Alameda
• Contra Costa
• San Mateo
• Santa Clara
Hours Available for Notary Public Work:
Sunday 06:00 am - 9:00 pm
Monday 06:00 am - 9:00 pm
Tuesday 06:00 am - 9:00 pm
Wednesday 06:00 am - 9:00 pm
Thursday 06:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday 06:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday 06:00 am - 9:00 pm
Notary Notes:

I am NNA and Notary2Pro Certified as well as Fidelity, Old Republic Title, and First American Title approved.

My guarantee to my clients is dependable, reliable, and accurate service. I can pick up and drop off mortgage documents at your Title Office for loans that need to fund next day.

My previous employment as a Police Officer and Dispatcher has given me excellent customer service and communication skills. I can work under stressful situations.

If you have a loan that needs signing last minute, look no further, I can handle these signings error free.

First listed: 2/23/2018 8:08:00 AM PST
Last edited: 4/30/2019 7:17:00 AM PST
P#: 19 | N#: 50706
back | update | renew | when is my renewal due date?

 

Judy Jeong is a commissioned California notary public and may notarize documents in any county of California . It is not permitted to use a California notary public seal for mobile notary services outside of the State of California . However, if you find a notary or mobile notary that has a dual notary public commission in a neighboring state, then it would be legal for the notary public to use the commission for the corresponding state. Thank you for using 123notary.com as your source for finding mobile notaries.