Our E-Commerce Pack includes the following:
Terms of Service
Website Terms and Conditions
Acceptable Use Policy
Final Website Review
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WHY YOU NEED OUR E-COMMERCE PACK
FACE TO FACE OR SKYPE WORKSHOP (£145 + VAT)
Several other lower cost legal service providers have cut out the personal touch in order to be more competitive. We believe in partnerships not transactions and in order to give you the best possible value, we think that meeting (or video-calling you at least!) is really important. In this exploratory workshop, we will talk about your business, go through your user journeys, understand your business model, pin-point any gaps and then go on to draft you a tailored set of legal documents that are right for your business. Most of our clients leave this workshop saying they feel relieved and some have even said they felt elated (!) - it's like therapy for your business with a lawyer :)
WEBSITE TERMS OF SERVICE (£400 + VAT)
These are your commercial terms. They outline your relationship with your users, how sales are made, what your refund policy is, what happens in the case of a dispute and who to contact if there are any complaints. This is not just a legal document that you must have on your site by law. These terms can be the making or the breaking of your business. Being fair and transparent with your users is key to your success and putting the right protections in place if things go wrong can save you a lot money and angst in the long run.
ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY (£50 + VAT)
Although an Acceptable Use Policy is not required by law, it is a good idea to have one so that you can be clear with your users about how your site may and may not be used.
WEBSITE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (£150 + VAT)
As a website owner, you spend an incredible amount of time and money creating your website content and perfecting your branding. Your website terms and conditions will clearly state that your website is your intellectual property and that you will not be held liable for any inaccuracies or outdated information.
If you have a website, then you're collecting personal data. IP addresses which are collected about the people that browse your site for example, are considered personal data under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). You are also likely to be collecting other information about your visitors such as their name, email etc. By law, you must tell your users what you do with that information, why you need it and how you look after it.
Personal Data does not only mean email addresses and names. It means any information relating to an identifiable natural person such as name, location information or online identifier. In other words, although you may not knowingly be collecting personal data, your website still is. In order to provide your users with access to your pages, images and files, your website needs to collect IP addresses as a minimum.
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