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December 25, 2019

An alleged Notary forges a signature in Hawaii

An alleged Notary forged Puana’s name. Puana, a Hawaii resident and Notary, as relative of the victem named Kealoha was investigated by forensic experts to determine who signed the name. An alleged Alison Lee Wong was determined to have forged the signature, however, it was later found that there is no such person.

A person named Kealoha who was a former deputy prosecutor stated that her mailbox had been stolen, and that was the damage of this forgery case according to the news article that I am linking to below.


This is a very odd and convoluted story. I hope you enjoy the link and can figure this one out! Aloha!

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1 Comment »

  1. I had my name forged too. The title co called me and said they were questioning my signature. It was on a Quit Claim Deed. I asked what the date was on that form. I had done a Will for a man who had died. They gave me the date. I looked the date up in my Notary Book. No Quit Claim Deed signed on that date. I ask the Title Co. to send me a copy of the Quit Claim Deed. I get that form and start reading it and lo and behold my name is spelled incorrect and my seal was copied and pasted on the form. I told the Title Co that and the Title Co says “I see your docs all the time, that is why I knew your name was miss spelled). The Title Co has me sign a sworn statement that said I never signed the Quit Claim Form for said person and that my signature was not mine. The Title Co. took care of what ever else needed to be taken care of. I haven’t heard back from them, this did happen Aug of 2019.

    Comment by JoAnn — February 13, 2020 @ 3:26 pm

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