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Keep your website's legal policies viable with this free app

Editor's review Page 2 of 3

Published 26 Mar 2017

[cont'd] 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.

The Internet has made it very easy for the budding entrepreneur to start up their own business website without the outlay of a great deal of money. However, there are a number of rules that need to be followed. Any website that requires users to sign up or provide any personal data is required by law to have a privacy policy. Any site that has any form of interaction with its users, whether it be eCommerce, blog, social media or professional, should include a terms and conditions page within it. And, if you are an ecommerce business, the thrill of the sale can often be overshadowed when a customer requires a refund for an error or a fault in your product. It's important to lay the conditions on the...