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FAQs on eSignature
An electronic signature, or eSignature, refers to data in electronic form, which is logically associated with other data in electronic form and which is used by the signatory to sign and holds the same effect as a signature on a paper. Just like a signatory needs to sign on a paper by oneself, eSignature requires the signatory to go through the verification process. The verification method would be email, password, phone number, Social Security Number, etc. In eformsign, the sender may set more than 2 steps of verification method, while conventional eSignature services require the signatory to go through only one step of verification. This makes eformsign's eSignature to be a more secure and safer eSignature service.
The digital signature is one of the methods of electronic signature, where it goes through a specific way of the verification process. The digital signature verifies and encrypts the signatory's ID then connects each signature on the document using certificate-based digital ID. Therefore, (in case of Korea) using Banking Service Certificate as a verification method before signing the document would count as a digital signature. While digital signature holds the stronger and more confident bind in law, it is also laborious since everyone participating in the signature must hold the Banking Service Certificate.
In most countries, electronic signature takes legal effect on different levels for different occasions.
eformsign's eSignature is legally binding for person to person and corporate to corporate contracts, and provides various features for non-repudiation.