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Partners Life approve use of electronic signatures, and more daily news

In response to increasing demands to accept electronic signature services Partners Life has announced that they will begin accepting documents with electronic signatures that are submitted through a range of e-signature services. Partners Life may request further information if a submitted document doesn’t clearly show the electronic service used. Additional information may include the document’s audit trail to ensure one of the approved services have been used.

“We have received an increasing number of requests regarding the acceptance of electronic signature services. Electronic signature services provide a safe, auditable means for clients to sign documents digitally.

We can confirm we will accept documents signed using the following services:

  • 2Shakes
  • RightSignature
  • DocuSign
  • AdobeSign
  • HelloSign
  • NitroSign
  • Formstack
  • DocHub
  • PandaDoc

If a submitted document does not display the electronic service used, we may request further information, such as the document’s audit trail, to be certain it was signed using one of the approved services. Please note Memorandum of Transfer forms cannot be signed using electronic signatures and we still require a physical signature on these forms.”

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