avidInteractive has just released our first software package to the public.
eBizLegal Pro Edition
Allows you to generate over 60 legal documents for your eCommerce business with just a few clicks, including Incorporation certificates, Privacy Policies, Terms of Service, and more!
Over 60 legal documents, ready for your use!
7 Categories of documents, including corporate and technology!
Fast and Easy Installation!
Word style document editing
Description of each document, and what it's used for
and much more!
Don't spend another dime to hire another lawyer to draft your eCommerce legal documents. Do it yourself fast and easy with eBizLegal Pro!
Limited time only: avidInteractive will sell eBizLegal Pro v1.0 at a discount of $9.99 (reg. $29.99), for the next 48 hours!
blue, the documents cannot be resold. This was actually within an agreement we signed with our own attorneys that the documents can only be sold through the software itself, and used by clients who purchase the software.
tuwebfacil, are you looking for a screenshot of the software, or are you referring to a sample document?
If it is a sample document you're referring to, we have not yet posted these on our site, as avidInteractive's site is currently in development (preparing for the release of IntelloDesk), and basically serves as a brochure at the moment.
I can get you some samples and screenshots if you want them however.
avidInteractive takes no responsibility for the use of the documents.
All of the documents contained were drafted, proof read, and attorney approved within the state of Pennsylvania.
eBizLegal Pro is not intended to take the place of an attorney's advice, and each state/country may vary. It is the end-user's responsibility to have each finished document (after they edit it), approved by their attorney.
It costs far less to have an attorney proof read your finished document, than it does to have them draft it for you.
Now, keep in mind, that if the documents were not intended for customization, we would take full responsibility. However, since the end-user has the ability to change terms, paragraphs, sentences, and information within the documents, there are simply too many variables involved to take responsibililty for inaccuracies for documents after they have been edited.