Virtual Signature

Virtual Signature

A Virtual Signature is a secure, valid and legally binding method of entering into agreements in India., By setting up a Virtual Signature in the Account you can use this directly while self-signing or can automate this authentication during a document flow.

Setting up a Virtual Sign

  1. To set up your Virtual Signature, click on the ‘Setup’ button. The following side menu will appear on your screen

  2. You will have two options on this menu – to Draw or to Choose. Choosing either and clicking ‘Save’ will make the selected option your default signature option when signing a document through Virtual Sign.

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