A notary public in Escondis, California, who charges clients a $1,000 to $25 and $5,000 for a notary’s signature, has an online video to prove it.

The video, uploaded to YouTube by notary attorney Mike Sifka, shows a man delivering the $25 notary fee to the client.

The video has more than 2 million views and attracted a lot of criticism from notary advocates and even some celebrities who claim it is too expensive.

The man says he was a regular customer at the notary shop for many years and was surprised when the fee increased by $25.

Sifka claims the fee was an attempt to force the client to sign an agreement for a new signature, which he declined.

He also claims the notarization fee is the same as the fee charged for the traditional signature.

Sefa Giannani, the Escondias notary, has been working for more than 20 years in the industry.

Giannino says he is “totally surprised” that a notarizing service would charge so much money to people who aren’t even qualified to sign a contract.

Giannani said that he has seen cases of clients who are paying more than the $250 fee.

“A lot of people have signed a contract with the notarial service and they’re not doing anything, and then they’re told they’re going to pay a fee for signature, and they get it,” he said.

“And they say, ‘Oh, I have a business that pays the fee.’

I say, you’re not a business.

You’re an individual.”

He also pointed out that notaries in the US charge a fee that ranges from $5 to $15 per signature.

“So when a notarial is hired by a company, he is charged a fee,” he added.

“If you go into the business and you are charged $15 to do your business, it’s very unfair.”

Sifkas claim that he was approached by a client who had never signed a notario’s signature before, and was concerned that the fee could affect their relationship.

He also said that some clients are not able to see the notaries because of health concerns or a personal preference.

Safeguarding client trustSifksis claims that a client signing a contract without signing an agreement, is essentially saying, ‘I trust you, but I’m not sure I trust you.’

He also points out that a signature does not guarantee a person’s trustworthiness.

“If I give my signature, you’ve got to take a look at the other person, because you’re signing your agreement,” he explained.

“It’s not the signature, it is your trustworthiness that has to be looked at.

You have to take into account that the signature is being done for your benefit, not for someone else’s benefit.

And that is a very important part of signing.”SIFKASS video, “The Escondistas Signature” has over 2 million subscribers and received a lot in criticism on social media, especially from celebrities who claimed it was too expensive and that notarized signatures were not a good way to secure trust.

The Esconds attorney, who is also a former attorney, defended his practice in an interview with The Associated Press, saying that the fees were not only for the notario, but also for his employees.

“The fee for notary services is a lot higher than the fee for the signature.

The fee for signing a notaries signature is a little more than what the signature costs for a business like mine,” he stated.

“I’ve seen clients pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for signatures and a notaris signature.

We get paid $1 for that.

I’ve seen the clients pay thousands of bucks for a signature.

It’s just not that common.”

Siffkas claims that notary fees are often used by companies to lure clients into signing up for a contract, but that not paying them isn’t necessary.

“I don’t think that a business needs to be paying a fee to make a client sign the contract, especially when the contract itself has no obligation to the person signing,” he told the AP.

“For me, the most important thing is that we get to know our clients and make sure that they’re paying the fee that we’re charging them, that they have trust in us, that we’ll be honest with them and that they don’t have any concerns.”

Sefas fees are higher than other notaries services in the U.S.

In the United States, notaries do not have to have a license to practice.

However, they must be registered with the U,S.

Department of Treasury.

Notaries must also have a notarium license, which requires them to provide financial information to the Treasury, including financial statements, bank statements and other documents.