Sign On The X
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Electronic signature functions are being implemented and will become common procedure for many types of business transactions. The definition of to "sign on the X", as used on the Internet is, "To authenticate a document with a symbol or representation unique to a specific person that identifies only that person and cannot be used or replicated by, or obfuscated as any other entity." This function will be legally accepted as a personal signature for document authentication.
The operator of this site is developing an simplified, efficient SignOnTheX functionality and operation. Your responses regarding use of electronic signatures are appreciated. There are no wrong answers. Please enter your concerns and questions.
NOTE:  This Internet site is not affiliated with, and has no connection to, a company having a similar name or the same name, or going by the name "SOX" "Signing Service", or "Sign On The X Incorporated".
This site has no relation with any similarly named company or similarly functioning organization.
If you are trying to contact Sign On The X Incorporated, you are in the wrong place... at the wrong Internet site.

1.  How familiar are you with the "sign-on-the-X" concept?
Familiar with the concept
I heard something about it
I had not heard about it
I read the explanation above &
      still have no idea what it is.
I have used it but would not use it again.
I have used it & would use it again.

2.  The sign-on-the-X function will be implemented in a solidly secure Internet environment. How willing would you be to try the sign on the X function? Very willing
Somewhat willing
Not willing at all

3.  For what functions might you be willing to use sign-on-the-X? Purchasing real estate
Selling real estate
Buying a car
Selling a car
Purchasing home appliances
Applying for a loan
Applying for a brokerage account
Government information (social security, etc.)
Other

4.  Do you think the sign-on-the-X function could replace many uses of signatures on paper for you over time? Yes
No
Yes, it sounds simple enough to work

5.  If you were familiar with the sign-on-the-X function before reading this survey, please indicate where you heard about it.

6.  Do you believe that the sign-on-the-X function can be made totally secure? Yes, totally secure
Somewhat secure
Probably not totally secure

7.  If the sign-on-the-X function were tested through the legal system and validated as legally binding, would you use it when involved as the buyer in important, high-valued transactions, such as real estate, autos, etc.? Definitely yes
Possibly
Probably not

8.  If the sign-on-the-X function were tested through the legal system and validated as legally binding, would you use it when involved as the seller in important, high-valued transactions, such as real estate, autos, etc.? Definitely yes
Possibly
Probably not

9.  If sign-on-the-X were implemented and legally binding, do you think it would be: Easier to use than today's methods
About the same as traditional methods
More difficult to use than today's methods

10.  Would you be willing to pay a fee to use the sign-on-the-X function?

       Note:  Please assume that this fee would be consistent with today's fees to perform similar types of transactions.

Yes
No

11.  Regarding any potential fee for using the sign-on-the-X function, which party should pay the fee?

       Note:  Please assume that this fee would be consistent with today's fees to perform similar types of transactions.

Any fee should be paid by the seller
Any fee should be paid by the buyer

12.  Please list any concerns and questions you have regarding the sign on the X function as it would be implemented on the Internet.

13.  I am: Female
Male

14.  My age group is: Under 20 20-29 30-39 70-79
40-49 50-59 60-69 80 & Over
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USA Today Business associate Search engine
A News magazine A blog named: Linked from:

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