Notary Public Business Continuity Statement – A message about our Notary Office and delivery of remote Notary Public services to all of our friends and businesses at this difficult time. Together, we are facing an unprecedented situation. Covid-19 is threatening to affect all our families, our businesses, our communities and our way of life. During this difficult period and whilst the world is adjusting, I want to update you on how we are approaching the situation at Our Notary Public practice in London. As a Notary Public business, we are focused on the health and safety of our employees, families, communities, clients and associates. Therefore, we have, in accordance with government guidelines, taken the difficult decision to close our central London office from this Thursday and our employees will be working remotely during this time.We will be able to carry on delivering the highest levels of notary public service throughout this period. To ensure you continue to receive the service you expect from us, please do continue to use the usual means of communication, which for most of our clients is email or telephone. For established clients we are fully operational remotely and ready to assist. However, we will not be able to assist new clients who would seek to attend our offices. During these challenging times, we are here to provide our normal high standard of advice and support for all of your Notarial and Legalisation requirements. Stay safe and well. 🙏👍Best wishesMatthew
Posted by M D Pryke Notary Public on Tuesday, 17 March 2020
Hi, it’s Matthew Pryke, Notary Public based in London. I just thought I’d send you a quick message at this very unusual time and with everything which is going on with the safety measures being put in place for the Coronavirus, I just wanted to update my Notary clients on my availability. As many of you know, we’re based on Regents street, in W1 a high volume area and therefore from tomorrow, our Notaries offices will be closed. We will be working remotely and we will have the ability to provide all of our Notarisation services remotely, but our offices will not be taking any new Notary client appointments and we won’t be available to receive documents at our London offices either.
If you do want to send us anything then please send it by the post, not recorded delivery, not special delivery but by first-class post. We will then receive the documents for many of my clients who I’m used to dealing with remotely, this won’t actually involve any changes to the way in which we deliver the Notarisation services.
We will remain able to deal with most Notarisation and Legalisation requirements remotely via email and my team will be there to assist. However, for new clients and people who want appointments at short notice, this is a very unusual period, we won’t actually be able to assist you. But do feel free to get in touch with our Notaries Office by email and we’ll see if we can help you in a different way. So our thoughts and best wishes are with all of our clients. We very much hope your businesses, your people, your friends and family all remain safe and well, and this is the most important priority during this period. So best wishes from everybody at our offices.