TERMS & CONDITIONS
Just the Fact, "FAQ's"
[By using my services, you agree to the following conditions.]
Q. What will my website address look like?
A. An example is: www.athenslawn.com
Q. How do I pay for your services?
A. I have two payment options:
1. You give me your credit card info & authorize me to bill your account
($49.99 per month x 3
months = $149.97) billed at the first of each quarter.
2. You can pay by cash or check if you prepay for 12
Q. What if I want changes made to my website?
A. You get up to One Hour of my services to make changes per month.
Q. Do these hours roll over if I don't use them?
A. You can not carry-over unused upgrades.
Q. What if I want extensive changes made to my website that take
longer than an hour?
A. You'll only pay $50 for each portion of an hour over the first hour.
Q. How much is Hosting?
A. Hosting for a basic site is included in your monthly charge.
Q. What is a Domain Name and how does it work?
A. A domain name is the name used to reach a website over the internet.
For example "drwebman.com" is my domain name.
Q. What does WWW, URL and IP mean?
A. The www in the domain name stands for World Wide Web.
URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator.
The Internet operates on numeric addresses called IP addresses.
IP stands for Internet Protocol.
Each URL has an IP
address assigned to it when registered.
The IP address and URL
are married together on DNS servers across the
Internet so that people's
browsers trying to find your website will first locate
a DNS server and use
the URL to find the corresponding IP address so that a
connection with the
server hosting that IP address, or your website, can be made.
Q. What does hosting my website mean?
A. When we register your domain, we provided an IP address that corresponded
our Internet servers. Our Internet servers are therefore the hosting servers
your website. The HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) files that comprise
website are located on our servers and made accessible to the
World Wide Web.
(In other words, a server/hoster is a big computer that holds
all the information of
your website, like a huge file cabinet. When someone wants
to see your website, that information is sent to
them from the server!)
Q. How do I promote my website.
A. Like any marketing effort, there is no formula for success.
Attracting visitors to
your website should be an on and offline promotion
effort. We will submit your
domain name with the leading
search engines, but you can use your own methods
Use a variety such as newsletters or announcement mailings to promote
awareness of your Internet presence. Of course, include your Internet
on all stationary, business cards, and other promotional materials.
CHANGES AND UPGRADES:
Q. How can I make changes?
A. I will perform upgrades, changes, etc.. for $50 per hour, with a 1 hour minimum.
(If travel over 15 miles 1-way is involved, add 1 hour for
each 20 miles 1-way.)
Q. Can I promote the services of www.DRWEBMAN.com?
A. Yes. I'll pay you $50.00 for every account you send me if they let me
create a paid website and if they prepay hosting
for a year.
Q. How do I do so?
A. You send me the name of an interested party and I'll contact them.
(Or, have them tell me you sent them when they contact me.)
I ALREADY HAVE MY OWN DOMAIN:
Q. Can you take over control of it?
A. Yes. I'll charge you an hourly rate for the actual time it takes me
to get it into my control. (You may have to get me the
passwords and/or sign a transfer form.)
Q. Do you give refunds?
A. There are no refunds.
PAST DUE STATEMENTS and NON-PAYMENT:
Q. What does PAST DUE mean?
A. When payment is not received by me within 10 days of statement date.
Q. Are there late charges?
A. Yes. 1 ½ % per month to any unpaid statements over 10 days old.
Q. What happens if my account is PAST DUE
A. At the Webmasters option, your website may be temporarily suspended or
modified until payment is received.
Q. Does it cost to get the website restored.
A. At the Webmasters option, you may be billed to restore your website.
Q. Can I be sued for non-payment?
A. Yes. www.DRWEBMAN.com expects to be paid for services rendered
and will use all legal methods to recover.
Q. Will I be responsible for attorney fees if I'm sued?
A. Yes. By using the services you agree to pay attorney fees if you are sued for non-payment.
Q. Are there Service Charges for bad / returned checks?
A. Yes. There is a $25.00 service charge for each returned check.
If so, email DRWEBMAN.com at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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