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Online Release of Liability Waiver

Converting your existing paper waiver into an online waiver is a fairly simple process. We walk you through the steps here, then give you some options to sign a sample online release of liability waiver. Here are the steps you’d follow in WaiverSign to be up and running with your own online waiver. Simply setup, send, sign, and store.

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Create a Custom Online Release of Liability Waiver

Business Owner Becky creates her account on WaiverSign. She has an existing release of liability form that is fairly straightforward. She opens the document on her computer and copies and pastes the content into the WaiverSign document editor.

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Decide What Information to Collect on the Online Waiver

Next, Becky chooses what information she wants to collect on her liability waiver. She has 16 standard fields to choose from, including name, address, phone, and date of birth, as well as custom fields that she can create to gather additional information.

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Offer the Online Waiver in Multiple Languages

Becky then decides it would be a good idea to offer her online waivers in multiple languages since many of her participants are native Spanish speakers. She turns on the Spanish option on her online waiver, then pastes in a version of the release form in Spanish to the document editor. Becky knows this will help protect her if one of her participants claims that they couldn’t understand her release of liability form in English.


Present the Online Waiver to Participants

Once Becky has her documents ready and has reviewed the process with a lawyer, she is ready to have participants sign the online waiver. Her legal counsel suggested that it would help protect her further if she collected the signed online waivers in advance. She likes that idea, but knows that some people will still show up not having signed it, so Becky decides to do the following:

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Collect Signed Waivers and Participant Information

Now that Becky has everything set up, she is excited to collect her first electronic waiver signature on her new online release form. Minutes later, she gets a call from Pamela (a participant), who is registering herself and her two boys, Peter and Paul. She sends off the confirmation email which is received by Pamela. Pamela clicks the link to the online waiver and is walked through a few simple steps to input her information and sign the document.


Receive Optional Notifications Whenever an Online Waiver Is Signed

Once Pamela signs for herself and her two kids, Becky receives email notifications that each online waiver has been completed.

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Store Online Waivers for Easy Retrieval

Excited to see how this looks inside WaiverSign, Becky goes to “View all Signed” in the application and sees the three online waivers that have been received. She can click each one and view or print the signed release form if needed.


Securely Store Contact Information in the WaiverSign Database

Becky also notices that Pamela is now added as a contact in WaiverSign, with all her personal and demographic information secure and easy to find. Becky is so happy she won’t have to collect paper waivers by hand and key in all the personal data (that may or may not be legible) into her marketing database. She can now see who has opted in to receive newsletters and add them to her email list with a simple export.

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Try out the signing process for yourself. Enter your email when asked and you will receive an example of the follow up email as well.

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