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WebsitePolicies allows you to create custom legal agreements tailored for your website or business, that can be legally binding for your users.
Last updated 23 Mar 2017
Published 26 Mar 2017
It may not be common knowledge but not having the correct privacy arrangements or the right terms and conditions on your website can expose your business to liability in a number of different ways. In many countries it is actually a legal requirement to feature them. They may be a necessary evil to some but to others they can be used to help protect a company from expensive litigation as well as helping you win over customer trust. However, as I'm sure we all know, legal services can be quite expensive to set up. So here we present an app that can save you a lot of time as well as a lot of money.
WebsitePolicies is a new app that allows you to create custom legal agreements - put together by experts in the field - that are tailored specifically for your website or business and can be legally binding for your users. It's remarkably easy to use. Just answer a few simple questions and your policy will be created and be ready to add to your website. Available policies include terms and conditions agreements, privacy policies, return and refund policies and others.
All businesses are different and each may need a slightly different set of terms. WebsitePolicies realises this and knows that you are the only person who can accurately describe the business you are in and the legalese that is required. This app uses an intuitive and easy-to-use online wizard and allows you to create and customize free and essential policies that are tailored to your exact needs. All agreements are drafted and maintained by real lawyers making them legal and binding. This will save you time as well as a fair amount in legal fees.
Once you've ascertained the policy that you want you can simply add the name of your website or product, answer a few basic questions about the nature of your business using the online wizard and you're ready to go. Finally, just have a quick look over your custom made policy and, when you're happy with it, you can insert it into your website so that your customers know where they stand and no misunderstandings can occur.