Website Disclaimer

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A Disclaimer Policy is critical for every webpage because it helps protect you and your company from liability. Your Disclaimer Policy lets your visitors know that your site isn’t offering professional advice, so you can’t be held liable should someone somehow misuse the information you’re presenting, or rely on the information and not get the results they wanted. In addition, if you have any affiliate programs on your website, disclosing those relationships in a Disclaimer Policy is a mandatory legal requirement.

Our Disclaimer Policy provides a comprehensive shield from liability should someone misuse the information you provide on your website or expect (and not achieve) results a previous client has described in a testimonial on your website. Also, very importantly, it makes clear that your website is offered for informational purposes only, and should be considered professional advice they should rely on, in exchange for consultation with a professional. Our Disclaimer Policy also covers “earnings and benefits,” making clear that you do not guarantee any particular health, business, financial or other beneficial results. This Disclaimer Policy places responsibility for results achieved from your website with the individual using your website, where it belongs.

If you run ads or have third party links, our Disclaimer Policy states that their presence on your website is not your endorsement, relieving you from potential damages resulting from a website visitor’s use of the products offered in ads or third party links. In addition, if you offer users the opportunity to post comments or reviews anywhere on your webpage or social media platforms connected to your webpage, this Disclaimer Policy states that those views expressed are not necessarily the views of your company, which is especially important if the comments or reviews are harassing, illegal, derogatory, etc.

Finally, if you have affiliate links on your webpage, you must disclose these affiliate relationships in your Disclaimer Policy. Our Disclaimer Policy explains how to customize your affiliate links disclosure.

Everyone should have a Disclaimer policy on their webpage because it protects you from someone misusing the information on your site, or claiming your site didn’t give them results they expected. In addition, if you do any of the following, you need a Disclaimer policy:

  • Sell products or services through your website
  • Are in the health/medical, nutrition, fitness, financial, business or other similar industry where someone might rely on any information you present as “professional advice”
  • Have affiliate links
  • Run ads
  • Link to third party websites.

**Important: While this template was created by an attorney, purchase and use of this template, or any other information, product or service on this website, does not form an attorney-client relationship between you and Solivagant Legal, LLC. Our Disclaimer Policy template was drafted by a US-licensed attorney. We have made every effort to make our template as comprehensive and universally applicable as possible. However, we advise you to use our templates in consultation with a lawyer familiar with your jurisdiction’s laws and regulations. Please consult our Terms and Conditions for more information.

Our Disclaimer Policy provides a comprehensive shield from liability should someone misuse the information you provide on your website or expect (and not achieve) results a previous client has described in a testimonial on your website. Also, very importantly, it makes clear that your website is offered for informational purposes only, and should be considered professional advice they should rely on, in exchange for consultation with a professional. Our Disclaimer Policy also covers “earnings and benefits,” making clear that you do not guarantee any particular health, business, financial or other beneficial results. This Disclaimer Policy places responsibility for results achieved from your website with the individual using your website, where it belongs.

If you run ads or have third party links, our Disclaimer Policy states that their presence on your website is not your endorsement, relieving you from potential damages resulting from a website visitor’s use of the products offered in ads or third party links. In addition, if you offer users the opportunity to post comments or reviews anywhere on your webpage or social media platforms connected to your webpage, this Disclaimer Policy states that those views expressed are not necessarily the views of your company, which is especially important if the comments or reviews are harassing, illegal, derogatory, etc.

Finally, if you have affiliate links on your webpage, you must disclose these affiliate relationships in your Disclaimer Policy. Our Disclaimer Policy explains how to customize your affiliate links disclosure.

Everyone should have a Disclaimer policy on their webpage because it protects you from someone misusing the information on your site, or claiming your site didn’t give them results they expected. In addition, if you do any of the following, you need a Disclaimer policy:

  • Sell products or services through your website
  • Are in the health/medical, nutrition, fitness, financial, business or other similar industry where someone might rely on any information you present as “professional advice”
  • Have affiliate links
  • Run ads
  • Link to third party websites.

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**Important: While this template was created by an attorney, purchase and use of this template, or any other information, product or service on this website, does not form an attorney-client relationship between you and Solivagant Legal, LLC. Our Disclaimer Policy template was drafted by a US-licensed attorney. We have made every effort to make our template as comprehensive and universally applicable as possible. However, we advise you to use our templates in consultation with a lawyer familiar with your jurisdiction’s laws and regulations. Please consult our Terms and Conditions for more information.