EnFin asks that customers agree to receive and sign documents electronically to expedite the process.
“Electronic documents” include documents you may complete via web page and save on your computer
or attach to e-mail. They can typically be printed out but exist independently in an electronic form on a
server or on your computer. An “electronic signature” includes any mark, symbol, sound, or process that
is written, stamped, engraved, attached to or logically associated with an electronic document executed
by a person with the intent to sign. Just like you can legally “sign” a printed document by making your
mark, whether that be your signature in ink or an “X” so too can you “sign” an electronic document by
making your mark, whether that be a high-tech encrypted or digital signature, or just typing your name
in the signature line, or other digital acknowledgements (including radio dots, check marks or other
indicated buttons, such as “submit”), or space on an e-mail or document in the computer. If you sign a
paper document in ink and then scan the document and save it on your computer, the image of the
signature on the stored electronic document on your computer is also an electronic signature. Know
Right to Receive Paper Documents: You have the right to have any document provided in paper or non-
electronic form. If you want a paper copy of any document, you may right click on your mouse and
Right to Withdraw Consent: You have the right to withdraw your consent to sign electronic documents
with electronic signature by contacting Enfin through the Contact Us link on our website. The legal
validity and enforceability of the electronic documents, signatures and deliveries used prior to
withdrawal of consent will not be affected. In other words, all prior electronic signatures will be fully
valid and enforceable.
Changes to Your E-Mail Address: You should keep Enfin informed of any change in your e-mail address.
Please contact Enfin or your installer as promptly as possible regarding such changes. Minimum
Hardware and Software Requirements: To access (open and read) and retain (save) the electronic
documents, you may be required to have certain hardware and software including, but not limited to,
access to an email address, a computer/tablet/mobile devise with Internet or mobile connectivity and
sufficient storage to save and/or print, and a current web browser that include 128-bit encryption.
Your Ability to Access Disclosures: You can access and retain electronic documents.
Consent to Electronic Signatures and Documents: You are providing electronic consent to the use of
electronic documents and signatures.