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I am in the process of sending for credit agreements for myself and my partner. I have read on here how its advisable not to sign the letter in case they use it to produce a signed agreement. However we have in the past written to the companies involved and so they probably have already got copies of our signatures. I had the thought of signing the letters but instead of my partner signing his own I would sign in his name so obviously it would look like he had signed it if they do plan to use it 'naughtily' but the signature would be in fact mine and nothing like his. Also we were going to do the same thing with my letters. Is there any reason we cant do this or is it a worthwhile idea?.

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No reason at all...if they do try and photoshop your signature at least you can recognise if it is forged...!!

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