We needed to get a letter notarized in a rush, but it was a letter being sent internationally and it required a specialized raised seal by the notary. For some reason, I thought this was going to be available at my local postal center where I get all my other docs notarized! Nope. Not there and not at the first 5 places I called from the yellow pages. When I called Bail Bond Woman, Wendy answered right away and knew exactly what I was talking about. Wendy was prompt, prepared, professional and smart. She talked me through some details on the phone to make sure we had everything ready and onsite helped us troubleshoot some vague language around the exact details of how our documents needed to be notarized. She was so committed to make sure we got it done and done right (and committed to getting it done before 5pm so I could go pick my daughter up!) Her pricing per signature was what we would have paid at our local postal/shipping company, and for a reasonable travel fee, she came to us. I would absolutely use her again. Nicole T.*****Yelp Review
No need to look any further for a mobile notary, Wendy is superb! Called Sunday evening to get documents notarized prior to my husbands departure out of the country. She was extremely knowledgeable, on time and a pleasure to do business with. Thanks Wendy, you saved the day!!! J.V. *****Yelp Review
Wendy notarized documents for my incarcerated brother. She was very knowledgeable, professional and was able to get the job done when I needed it. Her fee was very reasonable and she was prompt in mailing the documents to New Jersey. Whatever service she provides you, rest assured it will be EXCELLENT! Maggie S.*****Yelp Review
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Check out the A Mobile Notary Public blog. Notary fees, proper ID and new law in California effective 1/1/2015 changes the wording for Acknowledgments, Jurats and Proof of Execution certificates. SB1050 amended Civil Code 1189(a)(1)