Note: Your eSign password is not connected to your password for the AAR website.
Electronic Signature System
eSign is the new electronic signature benefit system, powered by GoPaperless. This member benefit is now available at no extra cost to our members.
Forms in the zipForm® AAR library are pre-mapped when imported into eSign using the eMail2eSign™ feature or the eSign Printer Driver; this means signatures are automatically assigned to the correct position. The printer driver, along with a companion instruction sheet, can be downloaded to your computer using the links displayed below.Note: Though electronic signatures are as valid as “wet” signatures, not all financial institutions choose to accept them. You may wish to confirm that the parties involved in your transactions will accept e-signatures before proceeding.
How to begin using eSign
To begin using AAR eSign you’ll need to first login to your AAR eSign account if activated. You’ll need your email address that is on file with your local association as your AAR eSign Username and your NRDS number as your Password. If your account is not yet activated, please email us to request your account be activated. Our email address is email@example.com. Once you’ve successfully logged in, you’ll be prompted to create a new password. Your next step is to download the Printer Driver from the link below, now you’re ready to use AAR eSign. But before you do, be sure to watch the training videos or attend one of the live training webinars listed below. It all begins by visiting http://aar.esignonline.net.
eSign Printer Driver
- Only For PC, V1.5 (Trusted Certificate) — Printer Driver Download
- Only For MAC OS 10.8, V 1.5 — Printer Driver Download
- Only For MAC 10.6 & 10.7, V 1.1 — Printer Driver Download
NEW! eSign Printer Driver Alternative eMail2eSign™
You can now email your documents directly to your AAR eSign
account using the new eMail2eSign™ feature!
Business Services classes & training can now be found on the calendar. Select Business Services from the “Event Type” dropdown and then click on the “Filter” button.