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    I've read up quite a bit on starting up a web business etc.. and know that there are certain legal requirements that I need to have, such as displaying delivery policies, returns policies and a privacy policy etc...

    I know that some of you have these on your website - did you just make them up, or did you copy/buy them from somewhere?

    I've found a site that for £35 a year gives me access to all the policy documents I could want, including any legislative updates that may happen throughout the year, and wondered if anyone else had gone down this route, and your thoughts.

    It's a minefield setting up a business!!!

    Stacey

  • #2
    Try Business Link first before paying out and I am sure there are plenty of genius's on this forum who can help. I find the business link newsletter lets you know all the new law updates.

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    • #3
      Hi STacy
      I don't mind if you copy mine - I spent hours n hours researching etc before i came up with what I have there
      www.kiamyka.co.uk
      x chris
      Chris xx
      My Website
      My Blog

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Kiamyka View Post
        Hi STacy
        I don't mind if you copy mine - I spent hours n hours researching etc before i came up with what I have there
        x chris
        Thanks chris, I'll have a look at yours and try to write my own.

        Also thanks Caroline, I'll have a hunt round business link and see what I can gather!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Kiamyka View Post
          Hi STacy
          I don't mind if you copy mine - I spent hours n hours researching etc before i came up with what I have there
          www.kiamyka.co.uk
          x chris
          What brilliant terms and conditions. You really have researched them.
          Sharon





          Facebook - Silly Old Bear Crafts

          Folksy - www.folksy.com/shops/SillyOldBear
          Blog - www.sillyoldbearcrafts.blogspot.com
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          • #6
            I recently launched my website too and have a Paypal merchant account which means I can take credit card and debit card payment online. This means that they have verified my terms and conditions and have passed their legal check. Have a look at mine also if you wish to use the wording.

            Good luck
            Take care

            Kathryn
            Website - http://www.lazydaisyglass.co.uk
            Blog - http://www.lazydaisyglass.blogspot.com
            Folksy http://www.folksy.com/shops/lazydaisyglass
            Etsy - http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=6370100
            Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...ss/55255965842

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            • #7
              Thanks Kathryn everyone on this forum is so helpful!!

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              • #8
                I'd just like to add that the replies to this post have been really helpful to me too, so thank you very much. I'm in the middle of the same muddle as to writing all my terms and making sure I haven't just 'made them up'
                Victoria

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by staceyjlew View Post
                  I've found a site that for £35 a year gives me access to all the policy documents I could want, including any legislative updates that may happen throughout the year, and wondered if anyone else had gone down this route, and your thoughts.
                  Hi Stacey,

                  If your £35 site is Simply Docs, I did actually use them some time ago, when we were first starting out - albeit for a different purpose. We figured that this sort of money to get some base contracts from which to learn more about the style of language used, and such - was a good deal.

                  We have since taken our drafts through lawyers, revised them, and so forth, but I would definitely recommend Simply Docs to people just starting out - they have a great range of templates in there, and a working example can be just what you need to get off the ground.

                  That said, if it is only for website T&Cs, it might be better to look around a few similar sites and put together your own!
                  --Matt

                  Web Development
                  Beads, Charms & Findings - Jersey Craft Shop

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                  • #10
                    I found a website called Website Law that had the documents available. You could either pay a small fee (it was less than £35) or you could use them for free as long as you stated where they were from and put a link on.
                    http://www.craftynclothy.com

                    http://www.folksy.com/shops/craftynclothy

                    http://craftynclothy.blogspot.com/

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Kiamyka View Post
                      Hi STacy
                      I don't mind if you copy mine - I spent hours n hours researching etc before i came up with what I have there
                      I CAN'T ADD THE LINK YET BUT YOU ALL KNOW IT'S THERE
                      x chris

                      Wow, they are really good!

                      Oh dear, I can feel a lot of hard work coming in the next week
                      My Website www.rheadesigns.co.uk

                      My Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dumfri...4443824?ref=ts

                      My Blog
                      http://rheadesigns.blogspot.com/

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