F&I Sign Any Document Ready Sign

ESIGN ANY DOCUMENT
WITH READY SIGN

With Ready Sign on Digital Contracting, you can add and save signature fields to any deal document you upload to create an eSignable form – ready to be signed in a single signing ceremony, anytime, anywhere.

Upload and add signature fields to any deal document

Save signature blocks for later, and automatically add them to frequently uploaded documents

Manage all your deal documents in a single location

Sign all documents in a single signing session – remotely or in-store

This feature is included with your Digital Contracting subscription.
Interested in assisted Remote Signing?  Click here ›

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» YOU CAN DRAG-AND-DROP SIGNATURE BLOCKS ANYWHERE ON YOUR DOCUMENT AND RE-SIZE THEM TO FIT ANY ESIGNABLE AREA.
» BUYER AND DEALER SIGNATURE BLOCKS ARE COLOR CODED SO YOU CAN EASILY TELL THEM APART.

HOW READY SIGN WORKS:

1

UPLOAD

Use local file upload to add the document you need to include for signing.Once the document is uploaded, click Add Signing to add signature blocks to the document.

The document will open in a new tab.

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ADD

Select the person you would like to add a signature for – choose from Buyer, Co-Buyer, Guarantor or Dealership. Click on Signature, then drag and drop the box on the document to add a signature block. Select Add Date to include a date on the signature.

You can also add Initials using the same steps.

3

SAVE

After you add the signature blocks, click Save & Submit to add this document for signing. A pop-up notification will give you the option to save the signature blocks for later. Name the template and click Save.

Please Note: You can always edit the signing blocks after saving by clicking Edit Signing.

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Sign

Refresh the page and you will see the document on the contract page listed as Not Signed. When you go to sign your documents, all uploaded and system generated documents will now be included in a single signing ceremony.
TIPS: Here’s a tip to save scanning and printing time! For a faster upload process of any document that you use regularly, save a PDF of it to your computer.

TRAINING AND RESOURCES

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