This is how Swiftcourt works
Smoothly secure your transactions
1. Create a contract
Swiftcourt offers plenty of different contract template which are suited for different types of transaction. Picka one that suits your situation.
2. Fill out the contract template
Once you have created your contract template we have also created a user profile for you. You can fill out your contract right away or log in and do it later.
Swiftcourt's contract comes with several smart features that you won't find in a traditional paper contract. As an example, you can attach files straight into the contract.
3. Share with your counterparty
Easily share the contract with your counterparty so that he or she can add details and sign the contract. When you share the contract with your counterparty he or she will receive an email and a text message with access to the contract.
Please note that you do not have to fill out the whole contract before you share it. You could share an empty contract and let your counterparty add the details.
4. Sign the contract
When you have completed the contract it's time to sign it.
You can sign Swiftcourt's digital contract on any device; your mobile, computer or tablet. You sign the contract in two simple steps:
- Verify you phonenumber by entering a code that we send to your phone via SMS.
- Draw your signature with your finger or pointer.
You can remove your signature as long as the contract isn't signed by both parties.
When the contract is signed by both parties it is legally binding.
5. The contract i signed!
When the contract is signed, a PDF-version is automatically created which you can download directly on the page. It will also be sent to your email.
Of course, Swiftcourt will save the contract for you. You can always log in at app.swiftcourt.com when want to see the contract.
6. If something goes wrong with the transaction
Resolve disputes with Swiftcourt if something in your deal didn't work out as planned or in accordance with the contract.
Swiftcourt offers a mediation step as part of the service, where you and your counterparty can try to find a solution together on your own.