Digital Signature



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Digital Signature

As per the ITA or Indian Information Technology Act of 2000, all electronic documents are entitled to feature a digital signature in order to protect the document from electronic tampering or fraud.

A digital signature is like signing your identification on your document online. The biggest advantage of an electronic or digital signature is the reduction of errors while signing. As per the ITA directives on Digital Signature, it is a valid form of consent similar to a conventional signing of a document. Digital signature certificate is a complete certificate of identification akin to a conventional identification form.

Digital Signature

Digital Signature

BASIC
1499
  • One Class II Digital

  • Signature Certificate with

  • Epass 2003 token and

  • Two Years validity

  • All Inclusive

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STANDARD
2799
  • Two Class II Digital

  • Signature Certificate with

  • Epass 2003 token and

  • Two Years validity

  • All Inclusive

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PREMIUM
5999
  • One Class III Digital

  • Signature Certificate with

  • Epass 2003 token and

  • Two Years validity

  • All Inclusive

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Process

01

Documentation

We will guide you to prepare documents for Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) by providing MyEfilings' guide to Digital Signature.

02

Verification

The supporting docuements of DSC should be verified by Bank. Our self explanatory DSC guide will help you to get verified documents.

03

Application

On receiving the DSC Application Form and Bank Verified documents, we will apply and get the Digital Signature Certificate in one day.

04

Courier

We will courier the Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) to the address of the applicant. It takes 1-2 days to deliver the DSC.




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