Steps for Creating Signer ID using PAN

Steps for Creating Signer ID using PAN




  1. Enter your Full Name, Mobile Number, Email ID, and a 6 digit PIN. Note the PIN in a secure manner, as it will be required at a later stage for using the SignerID.


  1. After entering the above details, click on “Create Account”.


 


  1. On the next screen (screenshot above), enter the OTP sent to the mobile number entered in Step 2 and click on “Verify OTP”.


 


  1. Scroll down, and click on “Skip & Continue” on the next screen (screenshot above).





  1. On the next screen (screenshot above), choose the KYC Enrolment Method as “Using PAN”. 


  1. Enter your Name (as it appears in your PAN), PAN, desired Username, Date of Birth, Gender, and the OTP sent to your Email ID. 


  1. Click on “Save & Continue”. 



  1. Next, enter your Full Address, State, District/City, Country and Postal Code, and click on “Save & Continue”.


 

  1. Next, upload your Photograph, PAN (entered in step 7), and Address Proof (supporting the address entered in step 9) and click on “Save & Continue”. 




  1.  On the next screen (screenshot above), click on “Record Video”.  



  1. Read the Instructions carefully, and click on “Start Recording”.



  1. Speak out responses to all the questions prompted on the screen out loud (see below).  









  1. Click on “Stop Recording” after completing step 12, and thereafter click on “Preview”.

 



  1. After previewing the video, click on “Submit” to complete video verification.



  1. On successful submission, you will see a success message (see below).  Video verification typically takes around 30 minutes, after which you would be ready to eSign using your SignerID. 






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