Write a Terms & Conditions Page Quick and Easy


So, we’re working on an eCommerce site right now, a site which takes and stores users information such as Name, Address, Phone Number, etc. for use in shipping and future purchases. That being said, we need a Terms & Conditions page to cover our rears and a $300 / hr lawyer just isn’t in the budget.

[evidence]“If you are running a website that provides pricing information, advice or any other service, you may want to consider adding a terms and conditions page. This will absolve you of responsibility if anyone mistakenly uses your information for the wrong purposes, or wants to hold you liable for damages they have incurred by using your website or its information.”[/evidence]


I generally leave the Terms and Conditions page up to the owner of the site because they understand what their business does and how they use customer information better than I ever will.  However, more often than not, this empty page I create for them gets ignored and with good reason. Let’s face it, writing terms and conditions isn’t exactly the most exciting thing on the “to do” list and besides, who really has any idea what to write when it comes to terms and conditions?

Well, here’s the answer:

seotoaster.com has a Terms and Conditions generator on their site that is simple to use and, best of all, it’s free!

You can check it out here:


This free privacy policy template generator is provided to you by SEOTOASTER, a free and open source website builder that is used to build corporate and E commerce websites alike.