Time Saver Auto Title & Notary closes; DMV to assist customers – WSAZ-TV

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) – Time Saver Auto Title & Notary has four locations across the state of West Virginia, and abruptly closed it’s doors recently.
The West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles says that customers who left vehicle titling and registration paperwork at one of the four locations in the area, will have their paperwork processed.
The DMV was notified of the abrupt termination of their license on Tuesday, June 1st at the same time as customers and says they are committed to helping those stuck in a bind.
According to DMV Commissioner Everett Frazier, “We are currently gathering all the necessary records and documentation from the four locations in Charleston, Kanawha City, Barboursville and Huntington. We are moving quickly to make sure our customers are taken care of, and we thank you so much for your patience.”
DMV will contact customers if they discover any issues with the paperwork and estimates most transactions would be processed within 30 days.
If you have any questions about your paperwork, you may send an email to: dmvdealers@wv.gov. Please be sure to include as much information as possible, such as title or registration numbers, temporary tag information, and vehicle identification number if you have it, and your address and phone number.
For more information, please visit the DMV website, dmv.wv.gov.
The West Virginia Attorney General’s Office says they’ve received 9 complaints into the Consumer Protection Division regarding the company in the last year.
Records from the Secretary of State’s Office indicate the business was created in 2018 and registered to Samuel McGuffin and Peter Tully. Later that year, the paperwork was amended to include, Ian Noble.
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