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Legacy Labeled Co. LLC


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 People are becoming more and more concerned about their information is being used online, especially since we now live in a digital world. If you have a website or blog (and especially if you sell goods and services on your website), by law you need to have Privacy Policy that lets the users of your website know

  • How you are collecting using their personal information
  • What happens if they don't want you to have their information
  • What rights they have concerning their personal information
  • How you are complying with privacy laws
  • And more....

Not having a Privacy Policy can definitely cost you. Be sure that your business, blog, and website is legally protected.

We know that retaining a lawyer is very expensive which is why we created this legal template for you that is easily customizable and a very small fraction of what you would pay to have a lawyer draft one for you.

This template is very easy to read and use and shows the places in the template that need your customization and what to include. Within minutes, you can have and implement your own Privacy Policy to safeguard your website.

Important: Please be sure to have an attorney in your State review this Policy template after you have edited it and customized it, so that they can best ensure that your Privacy Policy are in compliance with state and business laws and tailored to your business.

No Refunds: Due to the nature of this being a digital product, you will not receive a refund for your purchase or any reason. 

Disclaimer: By you purchasing and accessing this template, you agree and understand that you are not receiving legal advice and an attorney-client relationship is not being formed. This product is for informational purposes only. You, and NOT Legacy Labeled Co. LLC, are ultimately responsible for your business and taking all steps necessary to ensure your business is legally protected. Again, you should always discuss this template with a competent attorney in your State.