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Ways To Authenticate a (Real vs. Esignature) Signature

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Jan 28, 2017

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I would like to be able to send a client our contract and allow them to read and sign.  They will then fax document back to me. I will sign and date.  I could then fax the document back to them or if they do not have access to a fax then I could scan document and send back to them as an attachment to an e-mail, right?  But I am wondering about authenticating my date and signature.  What if I do not send the document back right away for whatever reason.  Then I realize I need to get the document back to client maybe the next day or even one or two weeks later (If I really goofed).  I need something in place to say or authenticate that I indeed did sign the document and to also 'guarantee' that I did so on the date that I said I did.  I think I'm making this too difficult.  Does anyone understand what I'm asking?  Yes I know I sound technologically challenged.  At least I am trying.  Right now e signatures and/or digital signatures are not accepted by everyone I work with and I am not aware of how I am supposed to go about authenticating my date and signature.

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Ways To Authenticate a (Real vs. Esignature) Signature

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I would like to be able to send a client our contract and allow them to read and sign.  They will then fax document back to me. I will sign and date.  I could then fax the document back to them or if they do not have access to a fax then I could scan document and send back to them as an attachment to an e-mail, right?  But I am wondering about authenticating my date and signature.  What if I do not send the document back right away for whatever reason.  Then I realize I need to get the document back to client maybe the next day or even one or two weeks later (If I really goofed).  I need something in place to say or authenticate that I indeed did sign the document and to also 'guarantee' that I did so on the date that I said I did.  I think I'm making this too difficult.  Does anyone understand what I'm asking?  Yes I know I sound technologically challenged.  At least I am trying.  Right now e signatures and/or digital signatures are not accepted by everyone I work with and I am not aware of how I am supposed to go about authenticating my date and signature.

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Hi teriarnold

Check the below link:

- Send an agreement by fax

Might be of some help.

Regards,

Aadesh

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blockquote, div.yahoo_quoted { margin-left: 0 !important; border-left:1px #715FFA solid !important; padding-left:1ex !important; background-color:white !important; } Thanks for responding. Maybe I am just not getting something here. To me just filling out a sheet of paper provided by Adobe does not authenticate anything really. Because anyone, in reality, could be sending the document correct?

If I understood the article correctly there really isn't anything in place to authenticate. Am I missing something?

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