As a consumer in today’s world, you no doubt browse hundreds of websites and mobile apps every day. If you’ve ever bought something from a retail brand like Amazon, you also know that with every purchase you agree to that brand’s terms of service and privacy policy.

When you're on the consumer side of these agreements, you might not really think much about how the brand keeps track of your assent. But when you're on the brand side, you get an up-close view at how complicated it can be to track potentially millions of agreements that are executed every day. Since many brands simply don't have a good way to keep track of which customers agreed to what, the agreements are difficult to enforce in court. Plus, companies spend hundreds of hours and millions of dollars in legal fees trying to publish agreement updates and offer proper notice of changes.

That’s where PactSafe comes in.

PactSafe is a one-of-a-kind system designed to take the guesswork out of:

  • managing your digital legal content
  • implementing signature collection on your website
  • keeping records of which users agreed to which versions of which agreements 

With PactSafe, you just drop our badge into your website to give proper notice of your legal terms and privacy policy. Then, your in-house counsel or law firm can update an easy-to-read agreement with WYSIWYG tools.

We also empower you to track all of your respondents automatically with easy searching tools. And our patent-pending certification makes proving who agreed to what as simple as point and click.

PactSafe also helps you with your more direct contracts, such as purchase agreements. Our straightforward interface makes it easy for anyone in your company who needs to send contracts to customers to deliver them via email, text message, or chat.  

Take the guesswork out of how you manage your digital legal agreements today, with PactSafe.

Need some help getting started? We can't wait to hear from you. Just start a chat or email us at help@pactsafe.com.

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