ep2012 — 2012-07-22T17:26:54-04:00 — #1
Whenever my clients order, I have to get them to sign a purchase agreement.
I know there's a way to digitally sign PDFs, but I need an easy way that will hold up in court & that computer illiterate people won't have a problem doing via the instructions I would give them.
They won't have the full version of Adobe of course, just reader.
Or I could send them the doc in Word if that's any easier to sign.
sagewing — 2012-07-22T17:33:19-04:00 — #2
Digital signatures are well supported so I wouldn't worry too much about it holding up in court as long as the agreement is valid per contract law and there is a clear for affirmation of the agreement.
A super easy and cheap tool is NitroPDF, which lets you digitally sign documents but it would be tricky to get your clients all to install it!
A really good system that is totally online (and super easy) is https://rightsignature.com/ - if you just have a single document that you need signed over and over you can squeeze into the personal plan which is like $15/month and works great.
ep2012 — 2012-07-22T17:48:21-04:00 — #3