I am doing a web design and development business planning. The system is client buy a website package online >> make a payment >> I collect their requirement >> We work together until the end of the project (no face-to-face meeting, everything has done online). But when it comes to the contract which specify deeply the details of the job, including terms and conditions, I am quite not sure where to put these. How do you people do, either you:
- Create a contract in PDF format, you sign and then you let client signs, you both exchange the PDF file online (digitally signed)? << This event has to occur BEFORE they make a payment? OR
You create a contract, terms & conditions page on your website before proceeding them to the payment process, make sure client ticks/agrees over the online format, after client agrees, then you proceed them to the payment page. Is that's how it's done?
- What is the best approach in doing this process?
- Is it the ticking over the checkbox means the clients sign/agree with the terms and conditions and could used as a legally binding between both parties?
- What you should include within the box in order to clarify and reassure client before they proceed to the payment process: full contract, terms and conditions, else?