EVERY website should have a Disclaimer
Protect yourself and your business from claims by visitors and customers to your website. You need to limit your liability arising from people:
- Relying on information on your site
- Trying to claim damages for their losses
- Following website links on your site
- Downloading viruses from your website, etc.
And while you’re at it … get an Email Disclaimer too!
Everyone has at some time accidentally sent an email to the wrong email address or person – and then worried about the potential consequences. You might have accidentally leaked information, breached privacy or, in the worst case, defamed someone! Be professional in your business communications – protect yourself from the consequences of emails sent in error with an Email Disclaimer.
One quick and easy online form
Just input your website name and business details into the template and your Website Disclaimer and Email Disclaimer are automatically generated. Copy and paste the text into your website editor and email signature (or email them to your website designer) and you’re done. You can literally be finished in less than 5 minutes!
Free updates so you don’t worry about legislation changes
Australian Consumer and Privacy law is constantly changing, particularly with regard to the Internet and online businesses. We’re Australian lawyers and we make it our business to keep on top of these changes. We don’t overwhelm you with emails, but when the law changes and the template is updated we let you know, so you never have to worry.
Online video instructions and telephone support
There’s a short online video with instructions – but the template is so easy you probably won’t need it. Plus there’s a video covering 5 FAQs about your website and email Disclaimers. And you can always call us if you have any questions.
Is the disclaimer template right for me?
Then you need a Website Disclaimer. What if some of the information on your website was incorrect or out of date and a website visitor became ill as a result of your information!
I have a website about investing …
Then you definitely need a Website Disclaimer. Visitors to your website may rely on your website content and advice and could potentially suffer losses.
I sell products through my website …
Then you need Website Terms & Conditions. These state your business service standards and are required by Australian Consumer law.
The template includes
- Website limitation of liability – To protect you and limit your liability against: visitor and customer use of information published on your website; links to other websites; disruption of service; transmission of viruses; etc.
- Website copyright notice – To protect your website content from being copied or stolen.
- Email disclaimer – To protect your emails and their content from being used incorrectly.
We offer a full money back guarantee if our templates are not suitable for your circumstances or a technical difficulty prevents you from using them. If you have questions about buying online, check out the FAQs.