By proceeding forward Customer expressly agrees and consents to transact business using electronic communications, to receive notices and disclosures electronically and to utilize electronic signatures in lieu of using paper documents. Customer understands that recent legislation such as E-Sign and UETA have provided electronic signatures the legal equivalence of handwritten signatures on paper (just like your signing a piece of paper) and thus legally binding in the United States. Said another way Customer understands documents signed electronically will bind Customer to the same extent as a paper signature. Further customer agrees not to electronically sign a document without first reading it, thus demonstrating the ability to access the electronic information contained therein. Notwithstanding the foregoing, e-mails, even those containing a signature block of one of Company’s representatives, shall not constitute a signed writing.
Customer is aware that Customer is not required to sign electronically if prefer not to do so and may withdraw consent to receive electronic documents, notices, or disclosures at any time. Paper copies of any documents can be requested at any time. In order to withdraw consent you must notify Kenmore that you wish to withdraw consent and provide written notice of your future documents, notices and disclosures paper format along with a valid US address. Failure to provide a valid US address to send paper documents along with your notice shall indicate your consent to continue using electronic notices.
Customer represents and warrants to Kenmore that only Customer or an authorized representative legally allowed to bind Customer shall electronically sign any document under this agreement. Customer shall comply with any method of electronic communication/payment processing specified by Kenmore, including electronic funds transfer, pay-on-receipt processes/systems, order transmission, releases, electronic signature, and electronic communication systems, including, without limitation, the use of electronic data interchange ("EDI") portals.