To receive a SimplySign qualified signature you must have:
- a Polish personal bank account that you own in one of the following banks:
Santander Bank Polska
Credit Agricole Bank Polska
Getin Noble Bank
T-Mobile Usługi Bankowe
BNP Paribas Bank
Bank Ochrony Środowiska
PKO Bank Polski
Inteligo Financial Services
PayWay Toyota Bank
- personal e-mail address
- polish, french, spanish, portuguese, romanian or dutch telephone number
- valid physical identity document (only an ID card or passport), it cannot be a residence card or digital wallet.
In the case of a stationary verification in Warsaw, a bank account is not required to obtain a certificate.
SimplySign for foreigners
If you are a foreigner, you can obtain a SimplySign certificate by selecting one of these options:
- SimplySign that is connected to a PESEL number
- SimplySign that is connected to the identity document number
You will declare your choice during the conversation with the consultant who is conducting the identity verification.
Remember, that when choosing a certificate associated with a PESEL number, you must have confirmation of assigning this number, e.g. a document such as a residence card or a declaration of granting a PESEL number from the government office (a scan or photo). In the case of connecting the certificate to an identity document, the validity of your document cannot be shorter than the validity of the certificate.