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800 Pacific Avenue(Ask for Apt #) Long Beach, CA 90813

Rishi Dhiri passed the 123notary Recertification Test on July 7, 2017.

Jeremy Belmont on 08/07/2017 01:39:21 PM

Rishi does quality work at a competitive price. He will drive a good distance and get your work done correct the first time. He's very reliable and a great notary.

Lindsey N on 04/02/2014 05:48:27 PM

Rishi has always done a great job with my borrowers and I can always count on him when last minute signings come up!

Meica Sweeting
Sr. Loan Processor
CashCall, Inc.

Meica Sweeting on 04/02/2014 03:56:28 PM

Rishi Dhiri is a very reliable loan signing agent. He is always available to help us out no matter the time of day. He is very personable and makes our clients feel comfortable and welcomed when signing with him. We can always trust that the docs being handled by him are always done accurately. Call him for anything near Diamond Bar, you wont be disappointed!

Emily on 04/02/2014 02:26:56 PM

Rishi has been a very professional and top quality notary for our company and is highly recommended in my listing. His work ethic is also a main point for his success as a notary public.

Alejandro Ledesma on 04/02/2014 02:13:53 PM


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