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Signing a document sent to you (E-sign plan)
Signing a document sent to you (E-sign plan)
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  • When you are sent a document to sign by someone using GetAccept, make sure to review it before signing. The signature is legally binding. The sender may have you use a hand-written signature, initial it, or simply ask you to click a button.

  • All are legally binding and will be recorded as a signed document.

  • Once all the signatures for the doc are collected, you will be sent a Signature Certificate and a PDF version of the document in your email inbox (this option can be edited by the sender).

  • Once you open the document, please fill out the fields that the sender has marked as required - if any.

How to sign the document that was sent to you

  1. Scroll down to the bottom of the document.

  2. Click on the Sign document button and you will see the options you have to sign.

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