Finance Agreement Disclaimer


The “e-mail” disclaimers are added to the end of an e-mail, normally in the signature area, so that the exclusion of liability is automatically part of each e-mail sent. Post your disclaimers in an obvious place so that readers know it completely. Your Terms and Conditions are a good place to start, but you can also create a separate disclaimer page on your website and incorporate disclaimers into your digital content. Here`s an example of why it`s helpful to include this type of disclaimer. Thus, Miss Mary contains a disclaimer on her site. Readers are advised that “any action you take on the information on this site will be at your own risk…┬áHere are some examples of “Views Expressed” exclusions of liability.