Play With Your Friends, Not Your Business

I gotta know … have you ever had a client slide into your inbox and ask for a full refund AFTER services have been rendered or your program has ended?

Or worse … have they skipped asking altogether and just simply filed a chargeback with their credit card company (i.e. they reversed the charge and that money that was in your bank account is now gone – like poof – plus you’ve got a nice fee, too).

If you’ve experienced either of these, and even if you haven’t, do you have the legal documents in place to halt something like this from the get-go or are you vulnerable to the whims and fancies of your clients?

For a lot of people out there, they don’t think that their clients would ever do anything like this … until it happens. 

They figure they’ve got a good track record, great reviews, and they know how to truly help their clients. 

But here’s the thing, you have no control over your clients’ decisions. 


A client could enroll in your program today and decide a month from now that that money should have gone toward something else – kids, house, outstanding debt, pets, you name it. 

And if you have no agreement, nothing in writing that’s legally binding, there’s no reason that that client can’t file a chargeback and probably win. 


That’s a problem, and it puts a lot of businesses at risk.

So what are you to do? 

You make your clients sign a purchase agreement when they buy anything from you. Period.

Don’t know what a purchase agreement is or how to create one that’s legally binding? You know I got you covered.


With the Ultimate Guide to Preventing and Winning Chargebacks, you get a Purchase Agreement template that you can use for all of your transactions AND the best practices on how to get and secure agreements going forward. #winwin

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