There are two main issues here:
- using terms and conditions that are not bespoke to your business; and
- using terms and conditions that are out of date.
Your business’ terms and conditions should:
- underpin the provision of good, consistent customer service;
- give clarity of expectations & payment terms;
- provide protection for all the parties involved;
- ensure you meet all the legal requirements for your particular business; and
- minimise legal disputes
If the worst comes to the worst and you end up in dispute with a client or customer, if they are in writing, they provide great evidence of what was agreed in the first place.
How can Crimson Crab help?
We can provide a free no obligation quote for a bespoke set of terms and conditions. Request a quote.
For a small fee we can review your current terms and conditions and give you a no obligation quote if they need amending. Order a review.
If you operate a consultancy we can supply a standard form agreement suitable for your business read more…