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Cori Feo, Mobile Notary Public - Ocala, FL
Located in Marion County, FL

Name: Cori Feo
Mail Address: 4375 SE 24th Terrace
Ocala,  FL 34480
Preferred Phone: 352-454-6943
Day-Time Phone: 352-454-6943
Home Phone: 352-454-6943
Office Phone: 352-454-6943 
Cell Phone: 352-454-6943
Notary Service: Regular Hours
123Notary.com Certified? No # of Loan Signed: 1000
Bilingual Assistance: E-doc Capabilities: Yes
Printer: Double Tray Laser Printer MB of RAM on Printer: 256 MB
Internet: DSL Internet Connection Wireless Card: No
E&O Insurance Amount: $25,000.00 Reverse Mortgage: Yes
Hospital Signings: No Jail Signings: No
Affidavit: No Power of Attorney Documents: No
Business Documents: No Immigration Documents: No
All Counties We Offer Mobile Notary Service to:
• Alachua
• Citrus
• Lake
• Levy
• Marion
• Sumter
Hours Available for Notary Public Work:
Sunday No Service
Monday 09:00 am - 8:00 pm
Tuesday 09:00 am - 8:00 pm
Wednesday 09:00 am - 8:00 pm
Thursday 09:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday 09:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday 07:00 am - 11:00 pm
Notary Notes:

I am a professional and accurate Notary Signing Agent that is N.N.A. certified and background screened.

I was licensed as a title insurance agent and have many years of experience working for a title insurance company in Ocala.

I am familiar with Refinance, Purchase, HELOC, Commercial, Construction, Reverse Mortgages and others.

I have a Brother HL-L5200DWT Dual Tray Laser Printer and E&O Insurance.

I can hand deliver signed documents same day in Marion County by request.

Thank you for reading my listing and I am looking forward to working with you!

First listed: 8/18/2018 9:41:00 AM PST
Last edited: 6/22/2019 12:47:00 PM PST
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Cori Feo is a commissioned Florida notary public and may notarize documents in any county of Florida . It is not permitted to use a Florida notary public seal for mobile notary services outside of the State of Florida . 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.