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You Can eSign Documents Now and Pay Next Month

With Secured Signing, You Can eSign Documents Now and Pay Next Month

Today, Secured Signing revealed the phenomenal success of its Pay-as-You-Go pricing plan. The distinctive payment option provides the best value in the market as it enables a user to sign as many documents as needed during the month and pay at the end of the month.

As the Australasian market leader of secure digital signatures platform and eSign online forms, Secured Signing’s favorable commercial terms in the $9.95 Pay-as-You-Go plan, includes up to 10 documents, and effectively offers up to 30 days interest-free credit for your online document signing needs.

“At Secured Signing, we believe it’s important to deliver the greatest authenticity and reliability of digital business processes at the lowest costs,” says Mike Eyal, Managing Director at Secured Signing. “Our continuous customer-focused approach along with use of the highest security of the X509 Personalised PKI Digital Signatures platform, guarantees the best outcome for our satisfied customers.”

The homegrown service provider offers individuals and businesses of any size the true value of Software as a Service (SaaS): the flexibility to pay only for what you need, the ability to sign on any device, and the adaptability to perform from anywhere at any time.

Join the Pay-as-You-Go plan today, and get up to 50 documents per month at only $9.95 (Offer valid for 30 day).

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