They can TRY to argue that this is a contract, but no Judge would ever go for this.
Here is an example: If I wrote my fiance a love letter in which I stted that I would "send you on a trip around the world in a year," I wouldn't be liable to do so, would I?
Also, the contract is missing something called "consideration" - a legal term for what the other party pays to get the service.
So, no signatures, no consideration --> NO CONTRACT.
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