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440 North Winchester Dr.#115 Santa Clara, CA 95050

Rod was very responsive, helpful, and made the whole process amazingly easy. I have always had trouble finding and making appointments to get documents notarized in the past, but now that I have worked with Rod, I will definitely contact him first in the future whenever I need a notary!

Alexis Manheim on 10/30/2017 9:08:52 AM

Rod was extremely accommodating to a rush schedule on a holiday weekend morning...very thorough, professional and reasonable notarizing a POA prior to emergency travel...greatly appreciated. All on top of being a really nice person. Thanks so much for helping us out. On a separate note, thanks also for your service to our country...it is even more appreciated.

Alan  on 9/3/2017 6:47:24 PM

 

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