There is no gray area when it comes to Internet scams. You’re either for Internet con artists or against them.
As an Internet lawyer, I believe that now is the time for clarity on this issue. Today, I am drawing a line in the sand. ..
If you are an Internet scam artist, do not contact my business about legal representation.
And just to be on the safe side, I’m pushing the line a little further in favor of ethics.
Do not contact me about legal representation if you…
If your business doesn’t fit one of the above categories, you may be eligible for legal help.
However, if you become a client, you are expected to abide by the Internet Ethics Council’s (IEC) Code of Professional Responsibility whether or not you are a member of the IEC…
Rule 1. We follow the Internet Marketing Golden Rule, that is, we treat our clients with the same courtesy and respect that we would like to receive as a client.
Rule 2. We follow all applicable Internet and e-mail marketing laws and regulations to the best of our ability.
Rule 3. We provide our website visitors and clients with at least two valid ways to contact us with questions or concerns.
Rule 4. We respond to client service inquiries within two (2) business days.
Rule 6. We offer at least a 30-day refund policy from date of initial purchase and honor timely refund requests within five (5) business days of receipt.
Rule 7. We fully disclose payment and all other material terms of offers made to prospective purchasers.
In other words, if you run an ethical business that delivers value, you’re exactly the type of person I’d like to help put into place the right Internet legal shield to protect you.