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199 Kansas Branch Rd Duke Center, PA 16729

I have used Mrs. Curtis multi times to do Notaries for my firm and I. She has always been on time and flexible to meet with my clients. She communicated with our office and I promptly and professionally each time, as the signings are very important sensitive information that requires such attentiveness. I looked her up on 123 Notary a little over a year ago, in a pinch for getting something signed on a holiday weekend. Desperate and getting denied with all the notaries I called in the area telling me no can''t do it till Tuesday this being on Friday. Kathleen stated she was at her family camp ground two hours away. She left and drove the two hours to meet my client and I. Since then she has been the only go to notary and each time she delivers with flexibility and professionalism.

R Rountree on 7/18/2017 6:43:28 AM


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