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 the case of the extra "h"
Posted by notarydi/CA on 7/10/19 11:37pm

So, I signed Jon Smith tonight. When he signs, his signature is a very clear and distinct cursive John Smith. I commented, "It looks like you are signing your first name with an "h" in it. Your documents read Jon Smith. Are your documents spelled correctly?" " Yes, yes, that's just how I sign my first name with an "h" in it." Driver's License reads Jon Smith. I told myself, well, at least he's oversigned.

This should be interesting or maybe not....maybe no one will catch it or care.

Get the popcorn, Clem.

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