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3872 State Highway 64 West, #306 Tyler, TX 75704

Annette did an excellent job! Our customer was very pleased! Great customer service! Our company would definitely utilize her services again! Thank you so much Annette!

Lisa Resleff on 9/20/2019 1:44:28 PM

I had to have a document notarized. The signer was originally in a hospital, was supposed to be moved to a nursing home, and ended up being moved to a different nursing home. This caused us to have to reschedule the signing several times. Annette was very patient throughout this confusion and we finally got the signature. Thank you, Annette.

Randolph Schulze on 1/7/2018 5:52:45 PM

Annette conducts business in a professional and Courtius manor.

Amber Fowler on 12/23/2017 9:12:01 AM

Annette was very professional and prompt. I would hire her again.

John Poindexter on 8/16/2016 6:36:35 PM

 

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