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my webpage is legal or not- please help me

Discussion in 'Legal Issues' started by aasantha, Jul 12, 2010.

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    one guy has sent me an email that they can take me to court

    this is the site
    complaintsboard.com.au
    SEMrush
    ppl commenting on the complaints, one complaint got more than 40 comments and it has come on google now,, and that company commenting too.. i m afraid i will be in trouble with this web site..

    i have written terms and conditions
     
    aasantha, Jul 12, 2010 IP
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    flippers.be Peon

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    #2
    Even if you have terms and conditions, it still depends on the country where you're from if they are valid and if you can still get sued for slander/.. or not.
    You should investigate these things before you start a website like this because you know in advance it could lead to troubles ?!
     
    flippers.be, Jul 12, 2010 IP
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    Claims of Scam not backed up by documented undisputable proof will always get you in trouble.
     
    lcwadminbj, Jul 12, 2010 IP
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    'probably' is perhaps a better choice here than the word 'always'
     
    contentboss, Jul 12, 2010 IP
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    cerno Well-Known Member

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    If the companies are complaining it means your site has credibility and traffic.

    To be fair you should let companies post their reply prominently and contact the person who posted the complaint through your website, just protect the email and identity. This will allow the parties to settle the complaint amicably and modify the complaint statement to reflect any settlement. If your complainers get results then everyone wins and you will get much more traffic.
     
    cerno, Jul 12, 2010 IP
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    nomzz Well-Known Member

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    For me this site is really good and their are other sites in Aus which get input from other people about service providers.

    You should ask this here i guess whirlpool.net.au/ because i always use this for these sort of questions, which are related to Australia

    Though I like cerno's comments it would help you...

    Try to make some mechanism where company can act and identities are hidden.
     
    nomzz, Jul 21, 2010 IP