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Try Echosign for Electronic Signatures

By Michael Morse | November 11, 2010

Electronic signatures are getting more and more popular. Federal courts now accept electronic signatures, state courts are starting to, and businesses use them to execute contracts.

If you are considering using digital signatures for your practice, try Echosign.

Just upload a digital copy the document to Echosign’s website. Then, the site will send an email to your recipient. The recipient has a variety of signature options. They can sign with an e-signature, or their cursor can turn into a stylus, which allows them to “write” their actual signature in digital form, this option does require a paid plan. Recipients can also print the document and fax back an actual signature page.

The site supports electronic signatures from mobile devices, and has a demo video to watch. Digital signatures from a mobile device looks promising!

With  Echosign you can do up to 5 transactions a month with a free account. After that, there are a variety of pricing options.

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