How do you make your signature, simple or difficult?

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Philippines
November 16, 2007 8:14am CST
Do you make your signature simple or difficult? Do you like your signature to be much more unique when compared to others? Personally, I like my signature to be simple. Simply because it will take easy for me to sign the papers, documents, bills, receipt etc as well as easy for me to remember the pattern of my signature. How about you? Do you like your signature to be simple or do you like your signature to be difficult to avoid imitation?
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@vicki2876 (5640)
• Canada
16 Nov 07
My signature is boring. Just like any other thing I would handwrite. I see some people with these difficult fancy things but I just don't bother. I don't worry about people using my signature for anything. I don't have any credit cards and you couldn't get any credit using my name anyways. But you may get a creditor looking for money at your door if you use mine. LOL
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• Philippines
17 Nov 07
LOL, well I don't worry also if they are going to imitate or use my signature, they would surely regret if they use it.. LOL
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• India
16 Nov 07
i like to keep my signature simple. one reason is that i may find it difficult to reproduce the same one once it gets too complicated. i have seem many of my friends signature most of them is quite simple and it is probably quite easy to know whose signature it is this way if u need to cross check our teachers do!!!
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• Philippines
17 Nov 07
That's true. Simple signature is quite easy to know whose signature it is, so it is definitely helpful in distinguishing signatures.
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@TerryZ (22083)
• United States
16 Nov 07
Ive always made my signature simple. I dont like when people scribble their signature and you cant read it. I try to make it nice and clear so everyone can read it.
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• Philippines
16 Nov 07
Like you, Ive always wanted my signature to be simple, it's neat and clean to see compared to scribbled ones.
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@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
17 Nov 07
Hi braveheart! When I was younger, I have experimented on different ways on how my signature will be. I had always like to have it with big loops and very hard to imitate, a signature that will look beautiful and unique..but I ended up in a very simple signature as well. haha.. I guess, I like it to be simple after all. Take care and have a nice day. :)
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• Philippines
17 Nov 07
Wow faith210, i was same as you. i did tried different strokes and changed it 3 times. On the third attempt, i was quite satisfied and i retained it up to now.
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@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
17 Nov 07
Hi lynthec16! haha..good to know that we have the kind of signature that would simply work for us and pleases us at the same time. take care and have a nice day. :)
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• Philippines
17 Nov 07
Hello faith, well I am also like that since I was in grade school. I had also experimented a lot when making my own signature. Imagine, one sheet of paper is not enough for me to experiment just for the sake of having a fancy signature. In spite of that, I'd end up making my own signature simple and easy hehe.. Have a blessed day to you and take care you always! :-)
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@lkbooi (16101)
• Malaysia
17 Nov 07
I have two signatures. One is simple whereas the other is rather difficult. For confidential and important matter I use the difficult one. For those minor and unimportant ones I usually drop a simple signature.
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• Philippines
19 Nov 07
Nice strategy lkbooi! Have a great day!:-)
@raijin (10373)
• Philippines
17 Nov 07
My signature is a combination of both of my parent's, it is not that complicated. I used to practice the strokes back when I was still in high school, I used to copy some of them and start creating one for my own. I'm not sure if it's difficult, but I do hope that others won't copy and forge it.
• Philippines
17 Nov 07
I do have a combination style of my father's signature. My father's signature is simple but unique. :-)
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• Philippines
16 Nov 07
my signature used to be with complicated strokes for it to be unique... but since i got into a job where i sign a lot of papers and letters... eventually it became simple :-)
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• Philippines
17 Nov 07
I have also experienced that, if I have many documents to sign, I make my signature simple as possible to make the work more easier and faster.
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@Zelmarq (11503)
• Cebu City, Philippines
19 Nov 07
Mine is simple but I know if some one would imitate they find it hard coz of course I have a different way of writting and it would be very dependent on the stroke that I make. Its very easy to look at but its hard to copy my stroke.
• Philippines
19 Nov 07
That's unique. I know some people have simple signatures but it's very difficult to copy or imitate. Perhaps, it's because of the way or style they write it. But you're lucky to have a signature like that.:-)
@plumwish07 (4060)
• Indonesia
19 Nov 07
i made my signature from my father. he taught me about my signature. and believe me, i didnt change it at all. coz when i tried to make the new one, its like no idea about if. if i may choose, i would like to make my signature in simple but not easy to write down by others. i want to make some special sign on there
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• Philippines
19 Nov 07
That's really nice. Mine, I have a combination style or stroke with my father's signature. Have a great day!:-)
• Philippines
19 Nov 07
i have a very simple signature. it's just like writing my name on a very simple and common stroke of handwriting. i like it that way so that it will be easy to remember in signing papers and documents.
• Philippines
19 Nov 07
That's what I also do. Well, the difference only is that I used another pattern instead of writing my name, though I sometime used to write my name if ever it is mandatory to do so.:-)
@hanah87 (1846)
• Malaysia
29 May 09
I like to make a simple and easy signature.My signature is the easiest and simple in the wold.I think a kid or baby can copy and write it.But my friend tell me that she cant to try copy my signature because she think it is difficult.I think not because it only has three word and you can copy it easily.
@F0ster (51)
• United States
10 May 09
Inbetween, identificable but yet not just my name or something
@jc_star10 (954)
• Indonesia
6 Apr 08
I always make my signature simple, but with a few basic scribble to denote that was my signature. Plain with my name on it and few scribble only. I want it to be simple, but the scribble make it quite hard to imitate. Not doing it on purpose though, when i first decide to use signature and design signature it's just went like that. My hand like having mind of its own, and start making those kind of scribbles. And i use it until now.
@subha12 (18453)
• India
31 Mar 08
it is simple. i just can't write anything tah is too creepy or complex. my signature is quite simple,
• China
17 Mar 08
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• Australia
11 Mar 08
I wouldnt say my signature is especially difficult to imitate, but I wouldnt say its very easy as well. I try to keep my signature simple, just the way I like it. In certain cases though, it happens to me when I wanted to take money out of my bank account, and then because its a large amount of money, they ask for ID and signature, and turns out that my signature is SLIGHTLY different from what they have in the system.... :P anyways, yeah my signature is simple.. easy for me to do... and appparantly still managed to be slightly different everytime I do it. :)