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Birth Certificate Discrepencies

Listen. Like I said before, if I’m going down, I’m going down swinging for the cheap seats, so here we go.

In Touch Copy 

  • Date Issued: 3 February 2016
  • Identity watermark: Yes, in red across document
  • Louis & Briana Signatures: No, blacked out
  • Local Registrar Signature: No, blacked out
  • Doctor Name: Yes
  • Doctor License #: Yes
  • Doctor Address: Yes
  • Document #: I00001291

Splash Copy

  • Date Issued: 10 February 2016
  • Identity watermark: No
  • Louis & Briana Signatures: Yes
  • Local Registrar Signature: Yes
  • Doctor Name: Yes
  • Doctor License #: No
  • Doctor Address: No
  • Document #: 000839210

Copy Submitted to Amy

  • Date Issued: 12 February 2016
  • Identity watermark: Yes, in red across document
  • Louis & Briana Signatures: No
  • Local Registrar Signature: No
  • Doctor Name: Yes
  • Doctor License #: Yes
  • Doctor Address: Yes
  • Document #: I00001292

So why is Splash trying to protect the identity of the doctor? In Touch, who had it first, didn’t do that.

Also of note, the Doctor’s office address is incorrect. It’s 415 Rolling Oaks Drive, Suite 260, not 416 Rolling Oaks Drive. That address doesn’t exist. 

Why do the In Touch copy and copy submitted to Amy black out the name of the registrar if it’s 1) a public office and 2) the signature is located at the bottom of the certificate? 

I don’t know the answers to these questions. I just have them.