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Postby vzerbee » Fri Jan 22, 2016 7:49 pm

Hello. As an affiliate marketer I am wondering how you keep up with staying compliant with what is required in terms of disclaimers and similar information on your websites. Is there a certain template you use on disclaimer, terms of service, privacy, etc pages? Do you need all of these to be separate pages?


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Re: Disclaimers

Postby wcmckean » Mon Jan 25, 2016 9:00 am

Question along the same lines; I always just follow the format that the bigger name companies are doing. Many seem to have the individual links at the bottom of their site, though I do see some near the top. I would assume if you have a link on the front page (or is it every page?) you are okay?

But can you get in trouble just copying their terms and re editing to your own?
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Re: Disclaimers

Postby jackbnumble » Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:28 pm

Unless it specifically says it is "copy-write" you have no problem copying it over to another document and using it. I would caution however, that you make changes to it to make it unique to your site. It is very unusual for any site to mark items as copy-writed. Most of the large financial sites that offer "opinions" on the stock market and specific stocks usually have some verbage at the end of every email that says it all belongs to them, but I can not think of a single case where it was ever challenged in court.

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