Everyone’s Policy Needs Are Unique.
When it comes to Terms & Conditions there is no one-size fits all template that can actually protect you and your business from fines and lawsuits.
Termageddon is the only Terms & Conditions generator that helps you identify your compliance needs and builds a policy based on your individual requirements.
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Use Terms and Conditions to help protect your website and business from liability.
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Complete Setup in 3 Simple Steps
Getting your website protected with Termageddon is simple!
1. Buy a License
Buy one license, which includes a set of policies to protect one website.
2. Answer Questions
Answer some questions about your business and website.
3. Copy & Paste
Copy and paste the embed code into the body of the policy page.
Your strategic advantage to helping keep your website compliant
With Termageddon, you’re not only generating Terms and Conditions, but you are also establishing a strategy to keep your policy up to date over time. If consumer protection laws change, we will update your policy accordingly.
All the clauses you need for your Terms & Conditions
- Cancellation Policy;
- Refunds Policy;
- Returns Policy;
- Payment procedures;
- Subscriptions clauses;
- Intellectual property rights clause;
- Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy and Procedure;
- Dispute resolution choice of venue clause;
- Limitation of damages and liability clauses;
- Code of ethics disclosures;
- Consumer protection law monitoring – when consumer protection laws change, we notify you and can update your policies automatically with newly required disclosures.
Compliance with consumer protection laws
We’re monitoring laws across the globe to help you stay compliant with regulations like:
- United Kingdom consumer protection law
- Australia consumer protection law
- California automated renewal law
- Federal Trade Commission disclosures for subscriptions
- Digital Millennium Copyright Act disclosures
- Trade association code of ethics disclosure
Ongoing monitoring & updates
Termageddon actively monitors consumer protection laws in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia and will make updates to your Terms and Conditions if changes occur.
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“My partnership with Termageddon has been a great experience for both myself and my clients. As a web designer, I’m excited to now have a trusted and efficient source to refer my clients to for their disclaimer policies. Hans and Donata are knowledgeable and provide amazing customer service. Highly recommended!”
The Kayflower Collective
“There are very few vendors I can recommend without hesitation — and Termageddon is at the top of that list. When it comes to policies, I don’t want to have to think about it… and with Termageddon, I don’t have to! On behalf of our 5,000+ member community; Thank you!”
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One license, All the policies you need!
For just $10 per month (or $99 per year) your license gives you access to all of our tools, generators, and policies!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Terms and Conditions agreement?
What is the difference between a Terms and Conditions and Terms of Service?
Which websites need a Terms and Conditions?
Websites that offer links to third party websites (such as links to your social media pages, offer eCommerce, want to protect themselves from copyright infringement, and that want to limit their liability and damages can all benefit from having a Terms and Conditions.
What is a Terms and Conditions generator?
A Terms and Conditions generator is a software that asks you questions about your website and any products or services that you sell on your website and then creates customized Terms and Conditions based on your needs and answers. The best Terms and Conditions generators will ask you whether you offer products or services to individuals or consumers and whether you offer a subscription service and will take consumer protection and subscription laws into account when generating your Terms and Conditions.
Terms and Conditions generators vs. Terms and Conditions templates
With thousands of Terms and Conditions templates available online, it may be tempting to grab a free template, put it on a website and call it a day. Unfortunately, this may not be the best choice for your business as a Terms and Conditions template is a static document that is not customized to what your business needs and does not take into account your specific processes. This may leave you liable for offering refunds or cancellations, for example or may leave you at risk for copyright infringement and damages. Terms and Conditions templates may also be written incorrectly and may not be compliant with current laws or consumer protection requirements.
Terms and Conditions generators vs. attorneys
If you can afford an attorney to draft your Terms and Conditions and monitor consumer protection and subscription laws for you, that is the best route to go for your business.
With that said, most small business owners can’t afford to pay thousands in legal fees just for a website policy, let alone pay ongoing for monitoring. That is where Terms and Conditions generators come into play. Terms and Conditions generators are a cost effective alternative to a contracts attorney. The benefit is significant cost savings (and usually a much faster policy generation process), but the downside is that Terms and Conditions generators do not provide legal advice.
If you decide to use a Terms and Conditions generator for your website, you should consider looking at who is behind the company to verify their credentials. Make sure they have a clear strategy to help keep your policies up to date. And you should also make sure to work with a generator that is attorney friendly, so that your attorney can customize your policies however they wish, usually keeping costs significantly down when compared to writing the policy from scratch.
Are Terms and Conditions required by law?
Although a Terms and Conditions may be required by law for websites that offer eCommerce or subscriptions, for example, a Terms and Conditions most importantly limits your liability, no matter what type of website you have. Stating basic rules to using your website can help educate your clients while keeping you out of trouble!
Is Termageddon a legal services provider?
Although Termageddon was founded and is run by a licensed attorney, it is important to understand that Termageddon is not a legal services provider. This is what allows us to offer our tool at an affordable and accessible price to small businesses!
If you are looking for legal services, feel free to reach out to us. We would be happy to connect you with a Termageddon law firm partner or another attorney.
What are the consequences for not having a Terms and Conditions statement on a website?
If your website offers the ability for individuals to purchase goods or services, not complying with consumer protection laws can lead to your Terms and Conditions not being enforceable. In addition, not having a Terms and Conditions agreement if you offer subscriptions, can lead to enforcement actions from the Federal Trade Commission. Lastly, the lack of a Terms and Conditions statement can leave your business at risk of lawsuits and increased damages.
Protect Yourself Today with Auto-Updating Policies
Help protect your business from lawsuits and liability. Help your prospects and clients understand the rules to using your website. Do all of this in less than 10 minutes.