Originally Posted by SenseiSteve
Should you force your prospects to acknowledge that they've read your TOS before ordering?
I know we've all seen lots of variances in Terms of Service agreements between providers. I wonder if those agreements would carry more weight if there was a checkbox when ordering a dedicated server - where the prospect acknowledged reading and and agreeing to comply with the TOS. Would that affect sales? Would it alleviate any confusion on policies down the line? Pro's and con's?
Would not effect sales, but if they raise a dispute and you can show they accepts your TOS they they have no leg to stand on.
Even if they say they have not read your TOS, if they tick the box on ordering , then they accept and agree to them whether they read them or not.