Suppose I sign a contract with a company to buy some amount of good in bulk but while signing I faked it, they wouldn't have a way to know if it's my actual signature and if I breach my contract I could just say I never signed it, they won't have any proof as the signature is not mine. How can you protect yourself from this?


In what way is the mark you made not your acceptance of the contract?

It doesn’t matter if it’s your name, or someone else’s name, or an X or the Bluetooth logo or a caricature of Donald Trump. You made it - it’s your signature.

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    Claiming that you didn’t sign it when you actually did could be fraud. Claiming that you signed “Mickey Mouse” means you admit you signed.
    – gnasher729
    Aug 11 '20 at 8:09

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