Worth a try with 3 free documents per month
February 05, 2021

Worth a try with 3 free documents per month

Grant Millar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Secured Signing

I've used Secured Signing as a way to get documents signed more efficiently and to avoid the need to print/post/scan documents. It's also a way of tracking who opened and signed the document using their tracking method (date, time, email address, IP address used, etc.) which is great for having an audit trail.
  • Easy to add signature fields.
  • Easy to upload documents.
  • Secure audit history.
  • No need for an app - can sign through a browser.
  • Once you upload a document, it counts as using one of the documents - even if you don't sign it or send it for signing.
  • Pay per signature instead of a subscription based option (which is good if you don't use it often, though).
  • The date and time is stamped onto the signature (also a positive, depending on how you look at it - I just don't like how it looks).
  • No more printing.
  • No more posting.
  • Everything gets completed and returned in real time.
I prefer SignNow, to be honest. It's cheap on a monthly basis, is easier to use, and when I make mistakes uploading an incorrect file, I'm not going to lose one of the document uploads I've paid for (given this is the pricing model with Secured Signing). Secured Signing is a good option if you want to get video verification, though - I think it may have more advanced features than the competition, so still well worth considering.

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If you need any documents digitally signed, it's a perfect solution and is legally binding. We used it for signing all documents that didn't require a wet signature. It's a perfect solution as well if you're working remotely and can't get paperwork done in person. I would also suggest it to those who are looking for an option to have documents signed electronically instead of using paper.