We all know that the terms and conditions page on your website is important, but how many of us actually take the time to go through the details of them? While over 80% of us don’t read the small print when it comes to website use and there are no laws requiring your website to have terms and conditions published, the truth is that there are several important protections, rules, responsibilities, and rights that can protect your business from liability, depending on whether you are providing a website, eCommerce store, mobile app, SaaS or more. Here are the terms and conditions that you should include on your website.
The terms and conditions of your website will establish the foundation of your interaction with customers, defining how your company manages this. They will list your processes and procedures, limit liability, and establish any agreements that you and your customers … Read More