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Getting the Most out of Your Documents: A Deeper Look at Request Attachments and Collect Payments

By: Steve Stormoen / Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Original image by UBhapE2 via Wikimedia Commons

RightSignature has a proud tradition of innovation with first-to-market features that quickly become industry standards, such as the first hand-drawn e-signatures placed directly on your document. These early innovations focused on making the documents you sign on your computer look and act just like paper documents, leading to increased user confidence, trust and ease of use.

Today, scads of official and government documents are now authorized for e-signature, and e-signatures have started to supplant paper documents for good. Our past innovations have succeeded wildly. But as a company that values innovation, we're already looking for the next nut to crack.

Our latest first-to-market features offer exactly that. Request Attachments and Collect Payments shift our focus to some cluttered, complicated parts of a business deal, like adding money or supplemental materials. These are the parts of your legally binding agreements which can't fit on a piece of paper — but do fit simply and snugly inside a single RightSignature document workflow.

Request Attachments: Some documents need more than text

A Direct Deposit Form requires a voided check. An employee onboarding form needs a photocopy of the signer’s driver’s license. Such requests mean a mishmash of extra pages and papers of different sizes, increasing the possibility that these additions get lost.


The Request Attachments feature expands what you can receive from your signers. Say a wedding photographer needs a reference photo of the couple to prepare his shoot or an angel investor needs to request a proof of concept from a startup she’s considering. Request Attachments streamlines their workflow by placing their needed attached file directly inline on the signed document. This allows for better legal compliance, quicker transaction completion, and a more efficient experience for both sender and signer. 

Requesting an attachment to add to your RightSignature document is as easy as asking signers to write their name — and will quickly become just as commonplace. With Request Attachments, large, complicated documents become much simpler, and the next $100 million paper signature blunder can be avoided.

Collect Payments: Cash rules everything around me


Many signed documents represent a promise to exchange money or future payment information. So why not include a payment box directly on the document, which the signer can fill out like any other RightSignature text field or checkbox?

With Collect Payments enabled, you can add an easy payment button to your document. You can choose to collect either an immediate one-time payment or their credit card information for future billing, and your signer completes their payment information while signing the document. If you don’t get paid, the document can't get signed.

You avoid having to verify the document and the payment separately and match them among your records. Your signers complete a secure, legally binding document and provide their payment information in one easy step, available only with RightSignature. Your business transaction gets a little easier for both of you.

Collect Payments also makes it easy to get a signed document for more complicated transactions like online rentals or service retainers transactions with an attached document authorizing the deal for both parties. This means better compliance and legal protection for your business every step of the way.

RightSignature is the fastest, easiest way to get documents signed online. We also aim to be the smartest. New features such as Request Attachments and Collect Payments are our specialty, and with every RightSignature innovation that becomes industry standard, we only get more excited for the next big thing to come.

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