Limit your liability by showcasing the clarity and information to keep you in the clear

Limit your liability and explain your terms clearly

September 4th, 2015 Posted by Wait What Really Ok Podcast No Comment yet
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Limit your liability and explain your terms clearly in order to stay in the clear. The podcast blog supplement from iHeartRadio’s Wait What Really Ok Episode 41: Why I am scared of most life coaches and why you should be to. 

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Limit your liability with clarity and security

Taking those extra detailed steps can help to limit your liability and reduce potential problems or angry customers when it comes to your business and your website.

Are you clearly defining your terms and conditions, your copyright, how deliveries and returns work along with the privacy issues regarding your website and emails.

Take the extra steps to clarify, communicate and apply the exact details to remove the vague questions and give you a better sense of security. It might seem like a lot, but having those ducks in a row prior to potential problems will help to keep a lot off your plate.

Limit your liability with these notices

Here are the Leveraging Smart notices. Yes, there are aspects of redundancy and yes, it is a lot of information. But having all these documents set up with your ducks in a row can keep you quacking that much louder while you keep those that can be noisy and cause problems that much quieter.

Our Notices….
Copyright Notice
http://leveragingsmart.com/copyright-notice/
Privacy Policy
http://leveragingsmart.com/privacy-policy/
Terms and Conditions
http://leveragingsmart.com/terms-and-conditions/
Limitation of Liability
http://leveragingsmart.com/limitation-of-liability/
Intellectual Property Policy
http://leveragingsmart.com/intellectual-property-policy/
Delivery and Returns
http://leveragingsmart.com/delivery-and-returns/
Acceptable Use
http://leveragingsmart.com/acceptable-use/
Conditions of Supply
http://leveragingsmart.com/conditions-of-supply/

And even our Notice of Filming. 
 http://leveragingsmart.com/notice-of-filming/

Limit your liability by maximizing your information

While there is a lot of templates online, don’t just copy and paste. And while you can use a great deal of the pieces of our notices, these are customized to our business and the details of what we are doing as well as what we plan to do.

So, start with the basics, but make sure to make them customized and personalized to your business. Talk to a lawyer or even set up a consult with us to advise you on these notices if you like. The end result and main goal is to set up the clarity, limit your liability and protect you, your business, your website and your customers from problems.limit your liability, wait what really ok

limit your liability by clearly stating all information to protect your self.

Tune In on iHeartRadio to listen to Episode 41, “Why I am scared of most life coaches and why you should be too.” available at: http://www.spreaker.com/user/lorenweisman/why-i-am-scared-of-most-life-coaches
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Leveraging Smart is a business and entertainment advisory group assisting with products, projects, and plans for established businesses and startup ventures. For more information about Leveraging Smart, visit us online at:
http://leveragingsmart.com/

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Wait What Really Ok Podcast
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Hosted by Business Advisor, Speaker and Author, Loren Weisman, Wait What Really Ok is A Methodical, Comical and Informational Podcast covering the best approaches for business and the arts today.
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For more info on the Podcast, visit: https://iheart.com/show/53-Wait-What-Really-Ok/
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Limit your liability and explain your terms clearly in order to stay in the clear.

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