MARKET LEGAL PAYMENT POLICY

The Payment Policy at Market Legal helps our clients set their expectations for our services, and offers transparency in our payment processing methods.

MARKET LEGAL PAYMENT POLICY

The Payment Policy at Market Legal helps our clients set their expectations for our services, and offers transparency in our payment processing methods.

Payment Method

At Market Legal, we do not accept cash, checks, or money orders, and we ask that all payments be made by debit card or credit card through our website. This helps us have greater consistency, and it ensures that your information will remain secure. Payments made directly to individual members of the Market Legal team are strictly prohibited.

Short Term Services

Payments for smaller, short-term services usually total at no more than $1,500.00, and they are required at the start of the work. Generally speaking, short-term services will not begin until the small balance for the project is paid in full. These services are eligible for 100% refunds in the extreme case that we are unable to deliver satisfactory results to your business. To date, Market Legal has never had to refund a client for any reason.

Repeat or long-term clients may request to have the payment requirements waived on a case by case basis.

Development Projects

Development projects almost always exceed $1,500.00 in value, and are therefore eligible for partial payments. Based on the specifics of your project, the total may be divided into 1-3 payments, and in these cases, a milestone payment plan will be outlined by your project manager.

All major development projects require a minimum non-refundable deposit of 33% of the total cost of the project before the project can be started. Subsequent payments on the balance of the project are eligible for refunds, and will be scheduled based on delivery of key aspects of the project.

Non-development Projects

Non-development projects are results based, and do not feature “tangible’ delivery of goods or services by Market Legal. An example of a non-development project would be a 180-day SEO campaign, or an ongoing advertising campaign. For non-development projects, billing is based on labor costs over a predetermined period of time, and the work completed during that time. Refunds are generally not issued for non-development projects, but may be considered on a case by case basis.

Advanced Billing

In the case of advanced payments made to Market Legal, such as annual billing, refunds can and will be issued for work that has yet to be completed. Please note that refunds for advanced payments made under contract billing may incur a cancellation fee of 25% of the refunded total.

For large development projects, Market Legal may refund 100% of the paid total if our teams are unable to deliver satisfactory results prior to the public publishing of the work. An example would be a client who has purchased a website and is unsatisfied with the final results. After working to adjust the work to meet the client’s expectations, if the client remains unsatisfied, the client is eligible for a 100% refund.