Auto Web Law Pro Review
by Bruce Safran and Len Thurmond
fill in the blank software in ebook format (.exe)
PDF booklet with online version for Mac users
The FTC is really cracking down on internet marketers and online
businesses, which donīt adhere to the new and strict rules.
One of the prominent cases was Frank Kernīs site "InfoMillionaire",
which has been taken down by the FTC because of the lack of a legal
disclaimer. But it doesnīt just stop there - if your web site lacks
of required legal documents, youīre also going to risk of paying a
Iīve been using free disclaimer templates that you can download
from different places, but the problem with them is that it takes
a whole lot of time to adapt them to your site and figuring out which
parts to include and which not.
I donīt know what your time is worth
but if I can save 10 hours of my time, itīs sure worth 500 $ or more.
Well the other problem with free templates is that the wording
usually doesnīt sound really professional, you might even consider
hiring a lawyer to look over your edited version and approve it.
How much would that cost ?
Now with AutoWebLawPro you have everything in one package. A big
written by a professional attorney whoīs specialized in internet laws.
Itīs an ingenious "fill in the blank" software, that allows you to
create super professionally written and customized legal documents
for your website in minutes.
And it doesnīt stop here: the package also includes documents like
disclaimers for newsletter publishers, non-disclosure forms,
copyright documents, agreements for services & collaboration, software development agreements
purchase agreements, trademark and website documents and miscellaneous documents.
You might think that 97$ is a big price - think again !
I mean, itīs like hiring an attorney.
Are you really doing serious business online or just playing a marketing
game ? You shouldnīt put it at risk !
Download AutoWebLaw Pro and in ten minutes you can have your business
AutoWebLaw Pro has my highest recommendation,
get your copy today.
Guido W. Stiehle