FAQ

Are agreements accepted via Roger legally binding?
Yes. Two major pieces of legislation, the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (“UETA”) of 1999 and the federal Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (“ESIGN”) of 2000, have stated that electronic communications can constitute legally binding contracts. There has also been extensive case law such as the 2013 case of Forcelli v. Gelco, 2016 case of Khoury v. Tomlinson and 2002 case of Cloud Corp. v. Hasbro Inc. that have all affirmed that agreements reached in email are legally binding.
Do my clients need to create an account or download anything to accept via Roger?
No. Your email receivers do not need to download or install anything. Roger's 1-click accept button behaves just like a regular email.
Does Roger work on Gmail, Outlook and Apple Mail, etc?
Yes. Roger's 1-click accept button works with all email clients.
Can my client accept via Roger on mobile?
Yes. Roger can be viewed and accepted on desktop, mobile, or any other web-enabled device.
Are my documents secure in Roger?
Yes. Roger protects your data throughout the data flows of the Roger product, from account creation to encryption of data in transit to our trusted cloud data partners’ servers (using browser-based TLS), to a variety of administrative, physical, and technical safeguards designed to create a secure environment for our customers’ data. We work with industry-leading cloud PaaS and IaaS providers. All Roger applications run in a secure environment hosted by Google Cloud, meaning we do not store data on our premises. Your data transferred to Roger is hosted by our cloud-based database provider, Google Cloud.