Question: Does Your Signature Have To Be Consistent?

Does your signature have to be the same every time?

Your signature should not be exactly the same each time you write.

That is a sign of forgery.

But it should appear very similar, with certain key characteristics, such as letters you loop and letters you don’t — and it should be unique — not like anybody else’s signature..

Does it matter if your signature changes?

You have no “legal signature” so there is no barrier to changing it. If you wanted to sign every document you’ve ever signed differently, that’s perfectly acceptable, though it could cause some issues if someone checks the back of your credit card and the signatures don’t match.

Can your signature be your initials?

Yes, your signature can be your initials. Just make sure that your signature matches what is on your drivers license and any other legal documents to avoid any problems with a bank, etc. You may want to update these if you do change your signature.

Is it OK to have 2 signatures?

No Mather how many different signatures you use, they’re equally legal. … One can possess 2 or more signatures. A signature is merely meant for the authority to establish the identity of the subscriber. To ensure authenticity, you are only required to provide signatures available with the authority.

Is it OK to have multiple signatures?

Can you have multiple signatures? You can have as many signatures as you want. There is no law against changing your signature.