There are some online services out there that will supply you with generic, boilerplate terms that may or may not actually apply to your product or business. Generally, I would not advise using one of these services. The reason is that things like Terms and Conditions can’t be produced using a one-size-fits-all approach. Your Terms and Conditions need to be crafted with your product in mind. Every website needs its own Terms and Conditions and the terms between different websites vary so much that the cookie cutter approach just doesn’t work.
Your product is unique so the terms that govern how your product is used need to be unique. I would suggest consulting with an attorney who has experience drafting Terms and Conditions. Working with an attorney will let you craft and tailor your terms to match the specific goals and objectives of your product. If you need help or want to chat about drafting your Terms and Conditions, check outwhere we’ll match you with an experienced attorney for a free consultation.