Aysel_Inara in fact, they won't accept Adobe Sign signatures anymore, as they say cause problems with bank etc. It's really weird, but what's what they say.
It means you really need to print, sign (though in the sample they sent me it was signed with a blue pen, not black), scan and upload.
It's really a hindrance, find time to go to a printshop and print 20 pages of a contract, scan and send, in the case you don't have a multitask printer at your disposal.
Meaning, only when I have free time to find a printshop open (since I'm a full time working adult), is when I'm going to sign the contract for my second novel.
Or maybe I never will sign this one.
Funny thing is that my first contract was accepted with a digital signature, in fact, even suggested I could digitally sign it.
Everything I sign is with a digital signature nowadays, using Adobe Sign, and some say my country is the one "in development" haha.
If Arba is getting trouble with his scans, perhaps the editor mentioned in the contract can help him.