- What personal data about you the visitors do you collect. This includes any name, email address, billing and delivery addresses, contact details as phone numbers, credit cards, or PayPal account details.
- Disclose how you obtain your visitors’ information.
- Explain the need to request their personal information.
- Detail how and if you protect and store the information collected.
- List who or what organization has access to the visitors’ information.
And this all comes at a fraction of the price of hiring a lawyer. Though if you are a large organization with complex requirements, we highly recommend hiring a legal professional.
If you’re a business or individual that collects personal information from your visitors such as email address, or you share this information with third party services such as payment facilitators, Termsfeed is a great option as it includes every major clause at a fair price.
That way, you can be sure no necessary information is left out. We also love how transparent they are – all prices are clearly visible, so you aren’t surprised when checkout time comes.
Accuracy, detail, legal compliance, and usability are all top-notch. The only downside is that you pay for what you get!
BONUS: TermsFeed works on a one-time fee model. Pay once, and your document is yours forever. That’s a huge plus over other sites that make you pay monthly.
Want to know more about the services they offer? Check out our Termsfeed Review.
GetTerms earned second place on our ranking for offering a great value. They have a simple pricing model: they offer a free document, a $25 “Starter Pack”, and a $49 “Comprehensive Pack”.
- Log data mention
- Cookies addition
- Preferred contact for data controller
- Personal information
- Third-party access
- Terms and Conditions generator
- GDPR compliant
- Ease of use
Why we Like GetTerms
Now for the dealbreaker.
You also can’t access the cookies consent suite (Mandatory for sites/apps in the EU) without upgrading.
Aside from Termly’s high level of detail, the user interface is intuitive and straightforward, so you won’t have to do much thinking (Our preference!).
The only downside outside of the pricing model is that you have to fill in a lot of information yourself, unlike TermsFeed that asks the questions for you. That requires you to have a bit more knowledge of the General Data Protection Regulation and your business itself.
GetTerms is affordable ($29), fast (About 5 minutes), and relatively easy to navigate. It also has the best UX of any platform we reviewed. For you, that means you can fully protect your business for $29, and everything is taken care of in about 10 minutes.
- Third-party options
- Log data
- Device data
There are three plans available – free, $15, and $29 – but only the $29 “Comprehensive Pack” is fully compliant. Our legal team wasn’t blown away by the level of detail, but our test document included all of the essential clauses your business needs.
The downside is that you have to manually choose the clauses/information needed in your document, which could leave you open to issues.
It lets you choose from 700+ unique clauses for every possible business activity, all drafted by an international legal team.
Just be aware that attorney-level solutions and self-updating policies come at a price. GDPR compliance starts at $39/mo!
Now for the downside.
No free service will ever offer the full value of all major clauses compliance for free. You’ll still have to fill in certain details yourself or hire someone else to do it. If you are looking for alternatives, check our Terms and Conditions Generator Review.
Q: Is TermsFeed legitimate?