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Signature guarantee

The authentication of a signature in the form of a stamp, seal, or written confirmation by a bank or member of a domestic stock exchange (or other acceptable guarantor). A notary public cannot provide a signature guarantee. A signature guarantee is a common requirement when transferring or redeeming shares or changing the ownership of an account.



Signature guarantee

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The signature file (also known as the .sig file) is a file that can be incorporated into your e-mail such that each time you send an e-mail, the file is attached at the bottom. This can be considered as a replacement for the leaderhead of your company. It should include your contact information, and should be no longer than four lines (according to netiquette). It is considered poor netiquette to create a signature file that is greater than the length of the e-mail message!!




 
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