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Disclaimer

By purchasing the services of Logos For Websites, you agree to be legally bound by these Terms and Conditions, including those terms and conditions incorporated by reference. If you do not accept these Terms and Conditions stated here without modification, you may not use the services provided by Logos For Websites. Logos For Websites may modify these Terms and Conditions at any time.

All final artwork becomes property of the Client, having unlimited and royalty-free use of the product upon payment of all fees.  Logos For Websites retains the right to display the artwork in their portfolio and advertising materials.

All designs, concepts, slogans or other materials displayed to the Client which are not selected by the Client remain the full property of Logos For Websites.  However, Clients can purchase the additional designs provided within the samples for additional discounted price.

Some designs may make use of royalty free clip art or royalty-free stock photography, but otherwise will be the original works of  Logos For Websites.  If a situation arises where a work resembles a copyrighted image, or if two designs are very similar Logos For Websites will redesign the product free of charge at the client’s request.



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Testimonials

I highly recommend Pete to anyone that needs graphics/logos for their website, blog, Twitter, or Facebook.

Ordering online is very easy through PayPal. The initial form you complete has the appropriate questions to allow Pete to come up with a great working draft. Pete got back to me within a day of my order. He let me know he had one project ahead that he was completing. I let Pete know I was in no hurry and that I just wanted everything by the end of the month. Pete could have but me on the back burner but he didn’t and I had a draft later that night.

The next morning I sent him my new ideas. Pete made updates within minutes of me emailing him my new suggests. Pete even went as far as sending multiple drafts with slightly different fonts or different ideas we discussed along the way. I thought I had my logos completed and let Pete know this. Then I got a second opinion that made me change my mind. I shot Pete an email asking for a change without a hesitation Pete had my updated idea back to me. A couple more tweaks and I was a happy camper.

Pete went above and beyond what I was expecting. Do yourself a favor and talk to Pete about your needs, he can help.


Chris @ cfcents.com
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