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 Cheryl,I often find myself in an identical situation wherein
Posted by  Christine/OK on 2/3/19 7:46am

a 'business executive' type is making a similar statement: "I don't know why they had to send you, my" secretary/assistant/cousin/etc. is a notary. Frown

I, too, explain the "difference between a Notary and a Notary Signing Agent . . . and why a company would want an impartial party witnessing the signing of the documents"

Often their reaction is the same as well: Pouty and petulant. :0

I suppose one could liken it to giving a child a dose of medicine; good for them, but they're resistant. Wink
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