The name says it all. SignNow is a web-application that people can use to sign any document, right now. Whether they’re using a PC, a tablet, or a mobile phone, SignNow users can ink their own custom signatures on contracts, forms, and other legally binding documents without ever having to rely on paper or pens.
Enter your email and choose a password to create a free account, then upload any document you wish to sign. SignNow lets you draw, type, or upload an image of your signature, which you can then place onto any document by dragging and dropping it into position. To gather even more signatures on your document, click the “Invite” button. SignNow will email your colleagues or clients a link to the document, which they can then sign from their desktop computers or mobile phones. The documents and contracts that you sign with SignNow are legally binding in the U.S., the European Union, China, India, Canada, and many other countries around the world. They’re also safe and secure when they’re stored privately online.
One feature that sets SignNow apart from its competitors is its notarization option, which people can use to get important documents notarized without ever leaving their homes or offices. SignNow uses webcams to connect users to legal notaries on weekdays, and offers a full refund if users are unsatisfied with their notary for any reason whatsoever.
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