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How to add Release of Liability to my forms?

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  • 2 weeks later...

My understanding is you can do this through your Terms and Conditions and then customers will be prompted to agree to T&Cs at purchase. However, you'd need to consult a lawyer to confirm this is legally binding and an e-signature is not needed. 

I have been trying to help a client with this as her lawyer advised forms with a signature and we're using a third party service and including the forms to sign in the receipt as links. I also tried setting up a Zap between acuity and the e-signature platform however this is something that can be booked multiple times but only needs a signature once so that wasn't a good solution. I am still looking for the best solution to this.

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  • 2 months later...

Hi @toripintar


Have you found a good solution for this problem yet? I am also trying to find a solution that provides the ability to collect Liability Waiver signatures, but have not found one that I love yet. 


I think that "Peek Pro" would eliminate the need to use Acuity Scheduling software, but their pricing model is horrid. Let me know if you've found anything good!

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