How many signatures do you have?

@davido (1624)
Canada
August 30, 2007 6:13am CST
I was wondering how many signature can someone have as i have seen soneone with three diffrent signatures and he said they serve diffrent purposes. What about you or what do you think.
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@bluishrose (2291)
• Philippines
30 Aug 07
Before i used to have two signatures, one for my original signature and the other one is the one i used at banks when depositing. In my work i deposit everyday sales of the store and every deposit slip o have to signed it. I tired on signing so my signature changed and got shortened. Then after awhile i decided to use only one and its the new one since its the one im using at banks.
• Philippines
3 Sep 07
nah im not threatened since its hard to forge my signature =)
@davido (1624)
• Canada
7 Sep 07
Are you soooo sure that it cant be forged???
@secretbear (19466)
• Philippines
4 Sep 07
I only have one official signature. I think having more than one is too much of a hassle. and changing signature would just create confusion. when I was in highschool I had a different signature. I'm still not aware then of its importance so when I came to college, I changed it. so my signature on my highschool ID was different from my college ID. and that was my mistake. when I opened a bank account, I had to present that 2 IDs of mine. it was a hassle! I had to fill up several other documents that states I am the same person and I'm changing signature and that certifies I'm only going to use one. it was such a trouble I never wanted to change my signature again. ^__^;;
@davido (1624)
• Canada
7 Sep 07
Its okay so far as you know that the one you are using now cant be forged. Stay cool.
@m_5ugar (1013)
• Malaysia
30 Aug 07
I just have only one signature. I just don't like many different signature because I tend to forget which one I use. For instance for my bank or credit card. It's much easier for me.
@davido (1624)
• Canada
3 Sep 07
Well somehow the samething like having many passwords? Even with one signature one tends to vary the way its been signed. Thanks for your responce.