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5148 S.W. 129th Pl Ocala, FL 34473

Guesly did an outstanding job handing our closing. The mortgage company had mishandled the documents and failed to notify Guesly, in the established manner, of the change in time and date for the closing. When I called him about the change, he immediately researched the situation, on a Saturday, the last day we could close before the refinancing window closed..
Guesly is a very knowledgeable notary and a true professional in every sense of the word.

You are very fortunate be in a business relationship with him.

Dennis McBroom

Dennis McBroom on 1/27/2020 9:49:35 AM

Guesly is very knowledgeable about notary services. He ensured that he explained everything to me with great patience. I would recommend him to anyone looking into learning more about becoming a notary signing agent.

Miguel Jean-Louis on 1/15/2020 6:44:25 PM

 

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