Electronic Signature Capture Software


Sign EChecks easy and fast using electronic signature capture Technology

Benefits of Signature Capture Include:

  • Increased bank acceptance rates
  • An additional layer of security
  • It makes it nearly identical to signing a check by hand
  • Eliminate identity theft
  • Improve user experience
  • More secure than paper
  • Sign Echecks anywhere from any device

How does eSignature works?

How you use CardlessPaytech Signature Capture:


What an ”E-Signed PDF Check” Looks Like


What an ”E-Signed Printed Check” Looks Like


Accept eChecks any way you want to


Accept Checks Online

Add Pay by Check payment link to your checkout page.

Accept Checks by Phone & Mail

Virtual terminal for fast processing of MOTO payments.

Automate Recurring Payments

Get paid each month automatically.

Cloud Reporting

Quick tracking of all transactions. Robust reporting.

Frenquently Asked Question

What is an eSignature?

According to the U.S. Federal ESIGN Act passed in 2000, an electronic signature is an "electronic sound, symbol, or process, attached to or logically associated with a contract or other record and executed or adopted by a person with the intent to sign the record."

In other words, when a signer signs an online document willfully and intentionally, it’s considered an eSignature. An eSignature works largely the same way as a handwritten or “wet” signature.

Are eSignatures legal?

Yes! eSignatures are a legally binding and accepted form of signature in the US and Canada

Are eSignatures secure?

eSignatures have been considered a legally binding way to sign documents and paperwork since 2000 and it’s Encrypted with SSL hosting

So, what brings you here?

Integrate payment link for your website or with major e-commerce shopping carts.

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Process echeck payments with industry leading virtual terminal gateway.

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Allow your clients to sign on echeck payment with signature capture technology.

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Save time, increase cash flow with recurring payments and modern invoicing.

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