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Victor Contract Sifter FAQs
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Written by Sara Octave
Updated over a week ago

1. How do I access Victor Contract Sifter?

Please visit to access Victor Contract Sifter.

2. I cannot login to my account.

A. The password being entered is incorrect. If you cannot remember your password, you can click the “Forgot Password” link and an email will be sent to you so you can

reset your password.

B. Accounts will be locked after five failed login attempts. This is a security precaution.

C. If you have not yet logged in to Victor Contract Sifter, your “getting started” email link may have expired. The email link expires after 14 days.

3. My link did not work.

The link LegalSifter sent in their initial “getting started” email will expire after 14 days. To receive a new “getting started” email, please email

4. Which internet browsers are compatible with Victor Contract Sifter?

Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Safari and Opera.

5. Why will my document not sift?

To troubleshoot the issue, please email

6. Which types of formatted documents will Victor Contract Sifter review?

You can Sift doc, docx, pdf, wordperfect and scanned documents (assuming the scanned version is readable)

7. How many issues/concepts are flagged by Victor Contract Sifter?

There are 27 flagged issues/concepts:

8. Before I export a Sifted document to a client, should I delete the issues flagged by Victor Contract Sifter?

This decision is up to you. If you want to share the issues and guidance that were flagged with a client, you can retain them, but the purpose of the guidance is to provide you with actionable ways to negotiate contracts and is intended for your own use. If you want to delete the machine-flagged issues, you can “bulk dismiss” before you export by clicking or unchecking the “Found” issues checkbox in the tool bar at the top of your screen. This will bulk dismiss all “Found” issues.

9. Why am I designated as the “author” of the machineflagged issues?

If you are logged into the system and have Sifted a contract, you are considered the author because you have control over which issues are kept or dismissed.

10. Will Victor have access to the contracts being Sifted? How is Victor maintaining confidentiality?

As administrators of the program, Victor can monitor which users are running Sifts and the names of the contracts being Sifted, but will not have access to the contracts themselves.

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