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231 Hague Lane Uniontown, PA 15401

Judith Carter passed the 123notary Elite Certification test on June 30, 2017.

Jeremy Belmont on 7/2/2017 12:09:15 AM

I can not say enough Great things about ms carter.
while being professional she treats everyone with
dignity.I have been going through a bad time (s.o. left
me in October.) I am very disabled and had to apply
for an AG loan so that I could stay in my home..Ms.Carter
knowing my situation was kind-never and rushed me for answers
She handled a BAD time for me with care and understanding.
I know you are just interested in the aspects of Notary actions but I feel her treatment is/was so gentle and caring
of me...I could not let it go and wanted you to know all sides of her actions.

ANY company is sooo lucky to have her.
Thank you for sending me such a wonderful woman who
made this time much easier for this 70 retired Hospice
RN.

respectfully
Susan Jane Toner

Susan Toner on 1/27/2017 5:30:50 AM

Judy was the most professional, personable notary. She was well-prepared, helpful, and so knowledgeable. I had such a wonderful experience and would recommend her to anyone needing notary services. Thanks Judy!

Mary  on 9/14/2014 1:03:27 PM

 

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