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4520 NE Croco Road Topeka, KS 66617

Sherrie was a wonderful experience. We were refinancing our home and were down to the final stages and had one notary out to the house to complete the paperwork but was unable due to lack of communication that my spouse who was not on the loan needed to sign paperwork as well. So Sherrie was called to come out later that evening and was a complete professional. She went over all documents that were done earlier and found several mistakes and corrected them saving us tons of time to finalize the closing of our refinance. Sherrie was very thorough and if we every need a notary again we will make sure we call Sherrie.

Stephanie Abney on 11/11/2014 12:45:44 AM

Backed out of a signing 30 min prior which can sometimes happen we understand but got a complaint from 2 separate borrowers on rudeness

Office Manager on 8/25/2011 10:47:10 AM


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