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Furthermore, electronic signatures are actually MORE difficult to forge than a traditional ink signature, because of the digital “fingerprinting” left at time of signature.
For all paying accounts, expert witnesses are available for court appearance or deposition in the highly unlikely event enforcement assistance is needed.
Each e-Signature done on the Swift Signature platform also carries an audit trail, and optional SwiftCloud-account security requirements.
For some exciting reading, we encourage you to review specific laws for your area, such as…United States: ESIGN Act of 2000, UETA (Uniform Electronic Transactions) Act European Union: Electronic Signatures Directive of 1999 & 1993 Various other countries
UPDATED: Country-specifics list started:Brazil
Practically speaking, enforcement for most civil contracts requires a subscriber’s willingness to sue and take the matter to court. For our part, we are frankly looking forward to making a few examples of anyone attacking the status and legal authenticity of the signatures, and have a lot to gain (both publicity as well as direct financial damages) by proving this matter.
To aid in enforcement, we have available both expert witnesses and attorneys, and in addition have substantial safeguards in place not ...
In short you have two options:Get Money then e-Signature or Get e-Signature then Money
Either are fine, and which is right for you depends on the nature of your sale. If you have a smaller amount (and thus more frequent), we recommend collecting money first, then getting signature.
If you have a higher dollar amount, the value of the contract is increased but the contract is usually not in force until consideration (aka payment) is made and thus for more complex contracts you probably want the contract signed first.
Either is fine, and there’s no real wrong answer – in the end the result is the same – you need both.
To setup e-signature then payment via paypal, create your form as usual (at http://swiftcloud.io/form/create-form ) and on the right side you’ll see some options under “User Flow” like this:
There you can choose an e-commerce product or service to auto-redirect the user after signature for payment. In this example, the user will flow from (1.) Your website, to >> (2.) the signature page, then >> (3.) payment page, then (4.) back to your site for typically a receipt and thanks message confirming what ...
If-then logic can ask questions and offer information based on the answer. For example, if your user clicks option X, they will be prompted to answer option Y. If they do not select option X, the system will not prompt them to answer option Y. This keeps your waivers simple, clean, fast, and detailed.
You don’t need any coding skills to get started. Our drag-and-drop builder lets you create exactly what you need. If you’re an advanced user, you can make adjustments to the HTML, but it’s not required.
If your business has special needs, don’t hesitate to reach out. We have a development team that can work with you to make sure you are getting exactly what you need. We are improving our features and adding more every day so we can offer you the best solutions for paperless office & business automation.
If you have any additional questions or need clarification on what SwiftCloud can do for you, reach out to us today! Our experts are standing by, reading to give you the help you need.