Are Your Online Business Assets at Risk From the FTC?

There was a time when unscrupulous internet marketers had nothing to fear.  That has finally come to an end and that is a good thing.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is now taking a hard look  at online business owners and you have to understand what they are looking at and what you can easily do to protect yourself.

This means you’ve got to have *proper* legal notices and disclaimers displayed on your website. And I say *proper* because, those boiler-plate privacy policies most businesses are using isn’t enough to protect you.

What many don’t understand is that you don’t only have to consider the FTC as a whole, you also have to consider what each State requirements are.

You need to comply with the rules from every State as well as the FTC  itself, if you want to do business online these days.

The good news is that there is a quick way to find out if your business is compliant.  Watch this video below where I show you how you can do that too.

This simple tool is a great start to having in place elements that will keep FTC eyes from focusing on you.

About the Author Marie Leonard

Marie is a seasoned online coach and marketer helping newcomers save time and money in applying sound internet marketing processes and providing them with versatile tools to ease their lead generation frustrations.

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