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AssureSign Appropriates Approval for Using Short Code for AssureSign SMS
AssureSign, which provides the fastest and most secure eSign product on the market, has announced its adoption of short codes for eSignature text messaging feature. Being the only firm that offers eSigning via text message natively in its platform, AssureSign switches from the traditional ten digit number sending to short codes that comply with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations.
AssureSign’s alignment with all FCC and TCPA regulations including National Do Not Call Registry, facilitates businesses elide fines that can range from $500 to $1,500 per recipient and message. The eSign via text feature assures to maintain communication with consumers—who do not have mobile access to their email —while completing the document life cycle in record time.
When enterprises use unique short codes, their customers and recipients know that messages have generated from a verified brand or business. Also, the clients are provisioned with utilizing the eSign via Text feature to send documents for signature through text message without the risk of having blocked by cellphone carriers. Signers can complete the signing process from start to finish on any internet-enabled device at no additional cost to the signer. The signing process is supported on tablets, smartphones, and other internet-enabled devices.
AssureSign—provisioning short code from early 2019—has appropriated the approval for short code use from Common Short Code Administration and has permission from the FCC. The company is planning to unveil the service to customers towards the end of the year. Empowering enterprises to create and execute a secure and seamless signature experience along with industry's most flexible API AssureSign has built an extensive partner program with a proven revenue stream. Founded in 2000, the company has executed over 400 million electronic signatures for many of the world's leading brands.
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