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2264 Kirsten Lee Drive Westlake Village, CA 91361

I emailed Susan and she got back to me VERY quickly. Communication with her was amazing as she is very flexible with times for her services. She arrived on time and I am going to use her as my primary Notary moving forward for everything! Don''t hesitate and give her a call for your Notary needs...I could tell you more positive things about her and how professional she is, though I think once you speak with her you will see what I am talking about!

Mike Colao on 4/29/2014 5:29:53 PM

Ms. Cook is the most knowledgable, professional notary I have had the pleasure of doing business with. Although her expertise has been in refinances her skills across the board have helped us with all of our financial and legal documents. It is a pleasure to work with her. I recommend her to everyone who needs notary services!

Sandy Jolley on 10/30/2012 12:09:56 PM

 

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