How to use electronic signatures to sign a check.
Take your checks online with digital signatures.
If you own a business, you know that the one thing that remains constant is paying people. Billing clients, paying vendors, issuing pay stubs, processing orders, the list of people to pay goes on and on. Save yourself time by printing digitally signed checks for your business transactions. Learn more about how and why it can help.
Print and sign your checks.
- How do electronic signatures work? Together, the federal Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) place electronic signatures on the same legal footing as hard-copy signatures. Because of these pieces of legislation, you can use certified electronic signatures for your business transactions, including on checks.
- How can I use an electronic signature for my business? If you’re already printing your own business checks, many authorized e-signature platforms will allow you to print your digitally scanned signatures onto those checks. This includes simply writing your signature on a piece of paper, scanning it to your computer with a specific aspect ratio, and saving it as a .jpg.
- What’s the benefit of using an e-signature on my checks? Having an electronic signature eliminates the need for you to manually sign all your checks, making it easy to get payments out the door. You can also designate signing rules to safeguard any major purchases from slipping through the cracks.
Sign and save.
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