- Q: Are You a Law Firm or a Lawyer?
- Q: What’s Counts as a Commercial Website?
- Q: How Long Does It Take?
- Q: What Format Do I Get My Policy In?
- Q: I Didn’t Receive My Login or Password…
- Q: What Types of Payment Do you Accept?
- Q: Can I Pay With Bitcoin?
- Q: Is Your Website Secure?
- Q: What are the risks of not having a policy?
- Q: Does My Country Require a Policy By Law?
- Q: You Didn't Answer My Question!
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Q: Are You a Law Firm or a Lawyer?
No. We are not a law firm. We are not lawyers, solicitors, attorneys, paralegals or even legal secretaries. Nor do we play one on TV.
For commercial websites, there is a modest charge for the service: a one-time $29.99 fee.
Q: What’s Counts as a Commercial Website?
Literally every time somebody ask the question, the answer is “yes, that’s a commercial website.
TLDR: if you earn money from it, either directly or indirectly, it’s a commercial website.
If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions, then it’s a commercial website.
- Is it owned by a business, corporation, partnership or “sole trader”?
- Do you earn any money from the website?
- Do you sell or market products, tools or services?
- Do you show any kind of advertising or affiliate links?
- Is it a “brochure site” for an offline business, like a dentist or doctor
Q: How Long Does It Take?
Q: What Format Do I Get My Policy In?
- HTML code
- Plain text
- An embeddable version
- A hosted version (ie, for you to link to on our site)
Q: I Didn’t Receive My Login or Password…
Please check these in order:-
#1. Please check your spam folder. No, really. Checked? OK.
#2. Please double-check how you spelled your email address. Every week, somebody mistypes their email address, and then sends a contact email swearing at us for their mistake. Don’t be that guy!
If you still haven’t received an email, you can contact us. If your email address (for your account with us) and email address for your PayPal account differ, we’ll need to fix something our side so your payment is acknowledged.
Q: What Types of Payment Do you Accept?
We accept payment via Paypal, or major debit or credit cards via Stripe.com. Stripe is one of the largest and most reputable credit card processing companies, and is used by Shopify, SalesForce, Indiegogo and many more businesses around the world.
Whether you choose to checkout using Paypal or Stripe, you can rest assured your private data will stay safe and secure. We never have access to your credit card details at any time.
Q: Can I Pay With Bitcoin?
Unfortunately, we are unable to accept your magic internet money at the moment.
Q: Is Your Website Secure?
Yes, our site is secured using a 128 bit SSL Certificate from Symantec-owned GeoTrust Inc. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, which is a protocol for enabling data encryption and confirming the owner of a website. It’s the same technology used to protect your information when doing online banking or shopping – any website where you need to enter sensitive data online.
You can check to see if a site encrypts your data with an SSL certificate by looking at the address bar of your browser. The address should begin with “https://”, instead of just “http://” (the “s” stands for “secure”). It will also display a closed padlock icon to the left of the address. You’ll notice these features once you begin the checkout process on our website, indicating that your data is being protected by encryption.
Our own privacy policies are all included on our Terms of Service page. You just missed it.
Privacy policies are required by law in many legal jurisdictions for any website that gathers information about their visitors.
This includes not just commercial websites, but any website that tracks visitors for website analytics, collects names and email addresses for a newsletter, display advertising, or gathers any other information about their visitors in any way.
Q: What are the risks of not having a policy?
Q: Does My Country Require a Policy By Law?
Many countries have some form of legislation regarding consumer privacy, which you must adhere to if you do business in that country or collect any information from residents of that country.
Canada has a number of privacy laws, including the Privacy Act, and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). Each province also has its own specific laws governing privacy and the collection of information. The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada maintains a fact sheet on privacy legislation on their website.
Q: You Didn't Answer My Question!
Please contact us for anything else.