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The Electronic Simple Letter (ESL)

* How it's work
You can send a letter from the Netcorrespondance backoffice to one or several recipients by uploading a PDF or MS Word document previously created.

The sender and the recipient of the electronic letter have to have completed their registration by sending documents to Trustmission proving their identity and have to have mutually accepted a correspondence agreement between them.

The recipient is notified by e-mail of the arrival of the letter and can collect it simply by logging in to his Netcorrespondance account.

* Added value
The Electronic Standard Letter managed by Netcorrespondance offers you: simplicity of use, instantaneous reception, legal value and enforceability, archiving and consultation.

Indeed a recorded delivery letter sent with Netcorrespondence has the same legal value as the one you would print and send through the post office.

The overall cost of the operation via Netcorrespondance is much lower than that of a conventional postal operation. Not only are franking costs eliminated, you also make additional savings on paper, envelopes, processing, printers, maintenance and archiving.

The Netcorrespondance Electronic Standard Letter (ESL) is as simple as an e-mail but guarantees both the depositing and sending of your letter and the identity of the sender and the recipient.

The Electronic Registered Letter (ERL)

The functioning of an Electronic Registered Letter (ERL) with acknowledgement of receipt is similar to that of an Electronic Standard Letter (ESL) except that the recipient will be offered the possibility of signing the acknowledgement of receipt electronically. This electronic signature uses a process based on mobile phones and reception of a temporary code sent by text message to the recipient's mobile.

Signing is carried out by copying this code on the signature interface. Trustmission then generates the electronic acknowledgement of receipt for signing of the registered letter. This acknowledgement of receipt is legally binding and has the same legal value as the corresponding paper document.