Can My Referee Write Me a Recommendation Letter And Use His Scanned?

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Can my referee write me a recommendation letter and use his scanned signature (electronic signature) and put it in word or PDF file? will it be accepted?

The employer with either be familiar with electronic signatures or not. If t are then it is likely t will accept the letter without question, if t are not then t will probably be intrigued and it may be a good conversation starter in the interview. Few employers are seeking technologically backward candidates and if you do a good job of explaining the advantages of electronic signature then it may reflect well on your communications ability. You ought to mention that the electronically signed cover letter is actually much better than a hard copy alternative because it proves who signed what, when and where and the document is tamper-proof which helps reduce the probability of fraud.

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