If you are a new web hosting reseller, then our Webhosting Policy Kit (WPK) 1.0 is for you!

Our Webhosting Policy Kit contains the three most important protection you and your webhosting business needs - Terms of Service (TOS), Acceptable Use Polic (AUP), and Privacy Policy (PP). These three forms are called the "Big Three" and provides basic protection for you as well as establishes guidelines for your customers. In addition, to the Big Three - TOS, AUP, and PP, you will get our frequently asked questions templates, which covers more than 13 categories! Our FAQ section saves you time by providing your customers with the basic information they need to set up email account, file transfer, and more. Also, you will receive our About Us and Contact Us templates. These two sections help you build crediblity with your potential customers. To preserve and leverage your one-time investment of $19.99, you will also receive free any updates to the WPK templates for one year as well as the next release WPK 2.0 scheduled for late spring!

The Webhosting Policy Kit 1.0 includes:
- Terms of Service (TOS)
- Acceptable Usage Policy
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), a whooping 13 categories!
- Privacy Policy
- Contact Us
- About Us
- receive any updates, revisions, and the next release -
Webhosting Policy Kit 2.0 - free for the first year!
- be able to register for the newly created Hostlegal Community
Forum. The forum will focus on TOS, AUP, Privacy, FAQ, &
About/Contact Us. We project that by the end of the year,
Hostlegal Community Forum will be the premier place to discuss,
learn, and successfully use the “Big 3” (TOS, AUP, Privacy).

These forms are easily edited using any text editor or word processing program and put into any website. Your Webhosting Policy Kit is sent to you in a zip format and takes only seconds to download. This package has been used in Canada, United States, and the United Kingdom.

All this for the low price of $19.99. To order by PayPal, send your payment to: [email protected]

You can see more details about the package here: http://www.hostlegal.com