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133 East De La Guerra Suite 323 Santa Barbara, CA 93101

I'm a notary myself, and I called on Cheryl to assist my family with trust documents. She was prompt, efficient and very knowledgeable, making us more comfortable in signing all our documents.

We will gladly call on Cheryl for future notarization services since she is not only very professional, but kind and patient. Cheryl is an excellent resource for handling our frequent real estate investment transactions as well. She is our go-to notary expert with many years of experience.

Max Norman on 5/16/2017 7:25:33 AM

Good knowledgeable personable signing agent. That said, she knew I was also a mobile signing agent and former escrow officer, but tried to hand me just the signature pages of each loan document. I had to demand that she pass the entire package over. Very unsettling, since in each case it was the entire document we were signing. This was my first loan signing with a signing agent, not escrow officer (although she may have been one in the past). Most escrow officers know one another around here, and they usually just shove the package over to me and hubby, and just observe.

Mary Voelker on 1/14/2015 4:31:04 PM

 

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