WARNING: Be on the lookout for a spoofed (fake) eSign emails that may include a link to a bad URL.
Use the following tips to help you and your clients identify real eSign emails.
- If an eSign session doesn’t seem legitimate, or you were not expecting an invitation, do not open it. Contact the sender immediately if you have any doubts.
- Be aware of the from email address; eSign will only send from firstname.lastname@example.org and will never send an email from your address.
- Be aware of the from domain (should always be eSignOnline.net); some scams use a domain with very similar spelling. Also check for spelling/grammar mistakes.
- All links in eSign emails will link to our SMTP smarthost, Mandrillapp.com, then to esignonline.net. You can easily mouse over all signing or download links to see the URL.
- eSign will never ask for any personal information; DO NOT provide your login information or passwords.
Check before using AAR eSign
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.
What’s new, effective September 28, 2017
eSign Bug Updates
- Session Reminders. Session reminders can be enabled on Step 1. The sender can determine the frequency for reminder notifications to be sent to all signers
- Session Expirations. Sessions can be set to expire within the next 1 to 90 days from start date. Once a session expires, it will automatically cancel the session and reflect that status on the Certificate of Authenticity, Session History, and Signing Session Information page
- Signer Actions UI Update. The Signer Actions display has been moved from the top of Step 4 to the left margin
- Drop Down Signer Zones. A drop down zone has been added to the Signer’s Action on Step 4. Senders can determine a list for the signer to select from during the signing ceremony
- Dropbox Update. eSign’s Dropbox integration has been updated to support the application’s new code.
Your eSign password is not connected to your password for the AAR website.
For immediate support…
…during office hours, please call or email our Business Services Support Team at (480) 304-8930 or email@example.com.
AAR eSign & zipForm®
Forms in the zipForm® AAR library are pre-mapped when imported into eSign using the eMail2eSign™ feature; this means signatures are automatically assigned to the correct position.
How to begin using eSign
To begin using AAR eSign, be sure the eSign Support Staff at AAR has set up your account. If we have not yet set up your account, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your NRDS number and your email address. Once we set up your account, you will receive a confirmation email with your login information, as well as helpful hints for using eSign.
Your AAR eSign username will be your email address, and your password will be defaulted to your NRDS number. Once you’ve successfully logged in at aar.esignonline.net, you will be prompted to change your password.
You will have the option to use the eMail2eSign ™ feature described in the confirmation email we sent when your account was activated, or to download the eSign printer driver from the link below.
Be sure to watch the training videos or attend one of the live classes listed below.
You are now ready to use AAR eSign! Visit aar.esignonline.net to login.
If your client does not receive the signing invitation…
If your clients are using AOL or Yahoo as their email provider, they may have an issue receiving the Signing Invitation from eSign. AOL, Yahoo, and occasionally other email providers will mark messages from eSign as Spam, blocking them from being delivered to the client.
Follow these steps to resolve this issue:
- Login to your eSign account and click on the Magnifying Glass icon for the session you need to resend.
- Click on the Pencil icon to the far right of the Signer’s name. Change THEIR email address to YOURS. Be sure to “save”.
- Click on the “Resend Email” icon next to the Pencil. This sends the Signing Invitation to your email. Login to your email and simply FORWARD that entire email, that will include the link to the session, to your client’s email address.
Your clients can also add the eSign email address NoReply@EsignOnline.net to their email address book, which should prevent these emails from being blocked in the future. Agents should also add this address to their email address book to ensure they get all of their notifications from eSign.
Can’t remember your password and need it reset?
If you’ve forgotten your AAR eSign account password and need to reset it, Launch AAR eSign and click the ‘Forgot my password’ link or simply click here. To reset your password, login to eSign and go to Preferences.
For additional assistance, call or email our Business Services Support Team at (480) 304-8930 or email@example.com.
Upload Documents Directly to AAR eSign with eMail2eSign™
You can now email your documents directly to your AAR eSign account using the new eMail2eSign™ feature!
eSign Printer Driver is Discontinued
Note: Recent updates with computer operating systems and web browsers have made the printer driver incompatible with most computers. Agents have noticed that documents are being sent into eSign broken up into multiple documents with even/odd page numbers, pages are missing or in reverse order, or that their documents are being rotated 45 degrees. For this reason AAR will no longer be offering the eSign printer driver for download. Moving forward please use the Email Method, which does not require a download or any updates. The new eMail2eSign feature is the preferred method to send documents to your AAR eSign account.