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4980 Grey Feather Circle San Jose, CA 95136

Jennifer got a 92% on our official Notary test and passed the 123notary Recertification Audit on July 29, 2017.

Jeremy Belmont on 7/29/2017 12:20:43 PM

Jennifer is a wonderful, super efficient notary to work with!! She is very professional and communicates very well via email, phone, texting. She does many assignments for me and always has a great positive attitude. She adapted well to how I like my signings to be completed and is ALWAYS on top of your game. She is very flexible and I have NEVER had a single problem with any signing she has completed for me. If she is ever in doubt she will pick up the phone and call me rather than do something incorrectly which I apprecite. I highly recommend Jennifer and I will continue to use her for ALL my signings in her field areas.

Jen Dannelley on 6/3/2013 8:32:48 PM

 

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