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I have a business question regarding charging online

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I have a business question regarding charging online subscriptions. We are launching a service enabling freelance directors of TV commercials to list their credits, contact details and work examples (video clips) on our website in return for a monthly membership fee. Companies can access the website and directors details for free, and contact them directly should they wish to. My questions are:
1. Do we have to offer members a cooling-off period?
2. Can we charge members from the day they join?
3. Are there suitable template Ts & Cs available you could direct me to that may be suitable for me?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Jenny replied 1 year ago.

Hello Paul, my name is***** am a solicitor and I am happy to assist you with your question today.

1. If this is a business to business arrangement there is no legal requirement for a cooling off period.

2. Yes a member can be charged from day one.

3. This may be something that can be offered as a premium service as it is a core business document and cannot form general advice. I will make an offer separately for this.

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