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Available Upon Request Jefferson City, TN 37760

We needed a notary on short notice. Mr Ross got back to me very quickly. He traveled to where we were and the matter was taken care of. I really appreciate Mr Ross and highly recommend him for anyone needing his services.

Janet Rakes on 6/30/2019 3:25:34 PM

Mr. Ross answered my call promptly and answered my questions regarding his services thoroughly. He offered a quote, that only changed due to last minute additions I made to his services that were not initially requested and/or anticipated at during our initial contact. Mr. Ross interacted with my clients in a friendly manner and did not appear to be in a hurry to sign and leave, he waited patiently as my client made changes and asked questions. As I was driving to my client''s home, Mr. Ross called to let me know he may be a few minutes late as an unexpected accident had stalled traffic. I would have no hesitation utilizing his services again in the future, nor to recommend his services to others.

Whittney Good on 4/13/2019 8:37:27 AM

 

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