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    signing for someone

    When signing a letter for the author of the letter, do you sign his name and put your initials off to the side or do you sign your name and no initials?


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    Re: signing for someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    When signing a letter for the author of the letter, do you sign his name and put your initials off to the side or do you sign your name and no initials?
    You sign your name. "pp" is put in front of his/her name below.

    "Yours sincerely

    John Smith

    pp Jenny Brown"

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