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Hey Warriors,

I'm in the middle of writing an e-book, as a giveaway, and not sure if I should include a disclaimer or something along those lines.

It's about Hair Loss, so I dunno if that matters at all. I'm just trying to be safe rather than sorry, or covering my ass!

Thanks,

Jamie D
#disclaimer #writing
  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Jamie,

    If you make any claims or refer to any treatments, methods or other products, it would be a good idea to include a generic disclaimer. You'll want to make it clear that you're not liable for the effectiveness or otherwise of any advice given or referred to.

    Of course, if you're recommending any product that has potential side-effects, you'll probably need a stronger (if not legally drawn) disclaimer.


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  • Profile picture of the author Nigel Greaves
    Hi Jamie,

    You might want to try Kim Standerline with your question as she had a very successful health PLR site so may know more accurately than throwing it out for general opinions rather than facts.

    Nigel
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  • Profile picture of the author David Maschke
    (by reading this post, you understand that I am not offering any legal, financial or medical advice. always consult a professional of those respective professions for expert advice.)

    Not only should you include one in your book, but you should have one on your web page before the person downloads it.

    Something like you are not offering medical advice, always consult your doctor if you plan on making any changes to diet, physical activities, and such.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jamie Drew
      Originally Posted by Frank Donovan View Post

      Jamie,

      If you make any claims or refer to any treatments, methods or other products, it would be a good idea to include a generic disclaimer. You'll want to make it clear that you're not liable for the effectiveness or otherwise of any advice given or referred to.

      Of course, if you're recommending any product that has potential side-effects, you'll probably need a stronger (if not legally drawn) disclaimer.


      Frank
      Hey Frank,

      Nice one, this particular ebook is mainly about remaining confident, causes and types of hair loss so the reader can identify with what's actually going on.So, no products as such.

      Thanks,

      Originally Posted by Nigel Greaves View Post

      Hi Jamie,

      You might want to try Kim Standerline with your question as she had a very successful health PLR site so may know more accurately than throwing it out for general opinions rather than facts.

      Nigel
      Hey Nigel,

      Thanks for the recommendation. I'll definitely check this out with Kim.

      Thanks,
      Originally Posted by David Maschke View Post

      (by reading this post, you understand that I am not offering any legal, financial or medical advice. always consult a professional of those respective professions for expert advice.)

      Not only should you include one in your book, but you should have one on your web page before the person downloads it.

      Something like you are not offering medical advice, always consult your doctor if you plan on making any changes to diet, physical activities, and such.
      David,

      Nice opening line

      Sweet! Thanks for the heads up on the website, I'll perhaps put on the auto responder sign up form.

      That sounds like a fairly good template/building block for a disclaimer right there. I might copy and paste and try and build on it!

      Thanks to everyone,

      Jamie D
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