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Available Upon Request Dallas, TX 75204

We assigned her for a client and she dropped the bomb and cancelled on us 30 min before the scheduled appointment because our client didnt answer??? The appointment was booked and she didn't want to go because our client didn't answer doesn't make any sense since the client is the one who booked it. People get busy and their not by their phones 24 Hours a day. Bottom line we won't ever use her and if you think of hiring this horrific notary think twice about her showing up to the appointment. Nightmare of a notary!!!!

Randy Rai on 11/20/2020 12:55:00 PM

Notary's responses:
Randi Rai contacted me on November 20, 2020 regarding doing a general notary assignment in Dallas where the signers already had the documents and I would just be notarizing the documents. He provided me with the signers name and phone number. I contacted the customer twice to confirm the appointment time and discuss any additional questions pertinent to the signing. For example: Due to covid-19, signers have different requests on how they choose to sign. It might be in the garage, outside on the patio, etc. I called the customer twice and left messages. He never called me back. Which was strange because he should have been expecting my call. I contacted Randi to let him know that the signer had not returned my calls. Randi indicated that he was probably busy and that I should just go over to the house without first speaking to the customer personally. I explained to Randi that we are in the middle of world wide national pandemic. I needed to speak personally with the signer so that I could ask him the standard questions that I ask everyone who I sign with.

1. Have you or anyone in your household traveled internationally within the past 14 days?

2. Have you or anyone in your household been in contact with anyone in the past 14 days who has been diagnosed with covid-19

3. Have you or anyone in your household shown any covid-19 symptoms such as fever, cough and difficulty breathing?

4. Will you be wearing a mask?

These are very important questions that only the signer can answer. As a person with underlying health conditions, it is mandatory that I maintain safety procedures and do my part to ensure that I do not get infected with covid-19. This is something that I felt Randi should know and definately understand. I thought it was best that he just reassign this to another notary who was comfortable with just showing up at the signers house without confirming these questions. I always strive to follow the instructions recommended by scientist within CDC. I personally felt that Randi was just concerned with getting the signing completed by all means necessary. He took issue with the fact that I put my safety first. I was truly offended by this because safety should be first. I have never experienced this before with any other companies that I do business with as they emphasize the importance of safety during covid-19.
 

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