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Reading through this very excellent site, I have come across a few references to either NOT signing (ie. just printing) your name, or signing your name as usual but then putting a line through the signature.

 

I have just sent off a letter to a bank without doing either of the above and suddenly feel sick...could they...would they... use a signature somewhere they shouldn't???!

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There are some instances where I haven't signed and some where I have - with Lloyds for instance I have effectively been a customer for over 40 years they can easily find a copy of my signature whether I sign correspondence or not so I always sign. With my credit card companies I don't as in most cases the only one they have ever had was the one on the original agreement so I have no intention of giving them a get out of the poo pit easy card if they don't have the agreement

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