The Terms and Conditions page sets the rules for using your website. Terms and Conditions may not be required by law, but it’s still a smart thing to include. These pages can limit your liability should a customer take you to court, as well as protect your rights to the content contained in your website. If you’re ever facing a legal battle, a court will look at your website terms to determine the contractual terms between you and the customer.
But making the terms and conditions for your website is very hard if you are not a lawyer. And this is where we come in. We will help you make your own terms and conditions, you just have to fill in the fields below and we will send you an email with your very own personalized terms and conditions for your website.