How to Require Terms of Service Agreement in WordPress


How to Require Terms of Service Agreement in WordPress
Glenda Logan

I tried Agreeable on my site, and it wouldn’t work, and it also seemed to create some issues with my site. I deactivated the plugin, and my site worked fine again. I was using the Virtue theme when this occurred, which I really like, but it too has some issues, so I’ve just installed Tempera, which looks good, and has lots of widgets, but seems a little slower loading pages than Virtue. Anyways, Has anyone else had issues with Agreeable working on their site? I think part of the problem is that Agreeable hadn’t been updated for 6 months when I installed it, so it might not have been in compliance with WordPress 4.4. Just a thought.

How to Add a Terms of Service Agreement to Your WordPress Forms
Kali Stackhouse

For instance, if you’re letting people fill out your request a quote form, order products and services using your simple order form, or are just looking to get people to sign up for your email list, you might want to require them to manually agree to the terms you have in place.

WordPress.org
Kristyn Barrios

WP AutoTerms is provided with the purpose of helping you with compliance. While we do our best to provide you useful information to use as a starting point, nothing can substitute professional legal advice in drafting your legal agreements and/or assisting you with compliance. We cannot guarantee any conformity with the law, which only a lawyer can do. We are not attorneys. We are not liable for any content, code, or other errors or omissions or inaccuracies. This plugin provides no warranties or guarantees. Nothing in this plugin, therefore, shall be considered legal advice and no attorney-client relationship is established. Please note that in some cases, depending on your legislation, further actions may be required to make your WordPress website compliant with the law.

How to Require a Terms and Conditions Agreement On Your Contact Form
Dana Cooper

Depending on your website and/or business, your terms and conditions may need a more prominent placement. A contact form is a perfect place for it. You can easily add a checkbox field to your form that both requires users to agree with your terms and conditions and also links them to your terms and conditions page. This is a convenient way to make sure your visitors see important info and are held accountable. The Caldera Forms plugin provides a free solution to add this functionality in a way that works well with Divi. And, creating your own terms and conditions content is really not that difficult if you utilize any one of the auto generating solutions out there.

WordPress.com
Nora Coleman

Automatic Renewal. To ensure uninterrupted service, recurring Paid Services are automatically renewed. This means that unless you cancel a Paid Service before the end of the applicable subscription period, it will automatically renew, and you authorize us to invoice you or use any payment mechanism we have on record for you to collect the then-applicable subscription fee (as well as any Taxes). By default, your Paid Services will be renewed for the same interval of time as your original subscription period. For example, if you purchase a WordPress.com annual plan, you will be charged each year for the following 12-month period. We may charge your account up to one month before the end of the subscription period. It is your responsibility to make sure you are checking your email (including any spam or other filters) in order to receive any reminder email we send to you in advance of renewal. The date for the automatic renewal is determined automatically based on the date of the original purchase and cannot be changed. You can view your renewal date by visiting your Manage Purchases page. For more information about how WordPress.com subscriptions work, please see our Manage Purchases, Renewals & Cancellations support page.

Terms of service
Lyndia Woodruff

Terms of Service; Didn’t Read is a group effort that rates 67 companies’ terms of service and privacy policies, though its site says the ratings are “outdated”.[10] It also has browser add-ons that deliver the ratings while at the website of a rated company. Members of the group score each clause in each terms of service document, but “the same clause can have different scores depending on the context of the services it applies to.”[11] The Services tab lists companies in no apparent order, with brief notes about significant clauses from each company. In particular, competitors are not listed together so that users can compare them. A link gives longer notes. It does not typically link to the exact wording from the company. The Topics tab lists topics (like “Personal Data” or “Guarantee”), with brief notes from some companies about aspects of the topic.

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