Website Terms and Conditions | Features
1 - Compliant with UK and EU Law
Our website documents are compliant with EU and UK regulations including The Distance Selling Regulations Act 2000, Electronic Commerce Regulations and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations. All our services are based on a master set of T&C's drafted and reviewed quarterly by our lawyers.
2 - Comply with the EU Cookie Law
3 - Fast & Tailored to your business!
You don't have to spend time editing off the shelf documents, just enter your details and answer some simple questions and we instantly build you a unique set of documents that match your business requirements.
4 - Easy to install
5 - We save you time and money
Everyone knows that lawyers are expensive. By using our automated service we can save you hundreds of pounds. Don't waste hours trawling through legal documents such as the EU distance selling regulations, just follow our interactive system to produce a set of tailored E- terms and conditions in minutes.
6 - 12 months access to our system!
Our eCommerce package customers have access to our system for a full year from the date-of-purchase, this allows you to edit, update and download revised legal documents. This enables you to correct any mistakes in your original Ecommerce Terms and Conditions, or test out different ecommerce scenarios. It's also a great solution for new start-ups requiring Ecommerce Website Terms and Conditions for a merchant account application, but not yet up and running with the new website. Also please see 'Laws Change' below for future proofing!
7 - We offer a full 100% money back guarantee
If for any reason you're not happy with our service, please contact us and we'll do all we can to help. If you receive advice in writing from a solicitor that our terms are not suitable for your business, with reasons given, and you forward that to us, then we will issue you a full refund.
8 - Laws Change - We update our templates several times a year
We recognise that the law and interpretation of the law changes on a regular basis. We ask our Internet lawyers to review the master templates on a regular basis to make sure we can provide you the best protection for your website. To ensure compliance with Trading Standard guidelines, we also try to keep our Terms and Conditions easy to read. Our solicitors said "It has to be recognised that complicated Terms and Conditions achieve only confusion, and as more and more buyers check the Website Terms and Conditions before ordering, we need to focus on making them easier to understand.".
If you want a merchant account to accept credit cards via your website, the bank will ask for a copy of your ecommerce terms and conditions.