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So, You Answered No to Question 4?

Ensure that you have reviewed and implemented the necessary legal documents on your website, such as Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, Testimonials and Results Disclosure, Affiliate Disclosure, and Earnings Disclaimer.

Consider the following information:


FTC Guardian offers a Supplemental Compliance Documents Cheat Sheet, which includes a Testimonials and Results Disclosure document. This document is designed to provide disclosures regarding testimonials and expected results of products and services.

FTC Guardian has an Intelligent Document Generator with the ability to produce 80+ Legal Documents personalized to your website, including Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, Affiliate Disclosure, and Earnings Disclaimers.


To review and implement the necessary legal documents on your website for FTC compliance, it's important to start with the basic requirements.

1. Terms of Use: Your website should have clear and comprehensive Terms of Use that outline the rules and guidelines for using your site. These terms typically cover intellectual property rights, user responsibilities, disclaimers of liability, and dispute resolution mechanisms. Ensure that your Terms of Use are easily accessible to users.

2. Privacy Policy: A Privacy Policy is crucial for informing visitors about how their personal information is collected, used, stored, and shared on your website. It should include details on data collection methods, the purpose of data processing, third-party data sharing practices (if any), cookie usage policies, and user rights regarding their personal information.

3. Testimonials and Results Disclosure: To comply with FTC regulations regarding testimonials and expected results of products or services, consider including a separate disclosure document or section on your website. This disclosure should clearly state that testimonials may not represent typical results and provide transparency about any compensation or incentives given to individuals providing testimonials.

4. Affiliate Disclosure: If your website engages in affiliate marketing or receives compensation for endorsing products or services through affiliate links or partnerships, an Affiliate Disclosure is necessary. This disclosure informs users about the potential financial relationships between your website and the promoted products or services.

5. Earnings Disclaimer: If your website involves claims about potential earnings or income from products, services, or business opportunities, an Earnings Disclaimer is essential. This disclaimer clarifies that individual results may vary and that any statements regarding earnings should not be considered as guarantees or representations of future success.


To implement these legal documents effectively, consult the resources and cheat sheets provided by FTC Guardian, as they offer insights into the necessary components and language to include. Additionally, leverage your own expertise to tailor these documents to the specific needs and requirements of your website and industry.

Remember that regularly reviewing and updating these legal documents is crucial to stay in compliance with changing FTC regulations. It's also advisable to seek legal counsel or consult experts in FTC compliance to ensure your documents are comprehensive and up-to-date.

Join FTC Guardian, whose members can connect with Chip Cooper, SaaS, Internet, and E-Commerce Attorney, Co-Founder & CEO of FTC Guardian, on live webinars twice per month. These sessions allow you to learn to navigate the new compliance risks and ask questions relevant to your situation.

Please note that while I have provided guidance based on the answer you provided, it's essential to refer to official guidelines and regulations and consult legal professionals for specific advice tailored to your unique circumstances.

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