In starting your credit repair business or any other business, it is a must for you to have a well-written contract. Using Client Dispute Manager Software allows you can add your contract and send it to your customer via email.
What is a contract?
A contract is the foundational element of every business. The term contract is an agreement between two or more parties that includes terms and conditions. It enables parties to come together and collaborate toward their specific desires and needs.
A contract can be either written or oral. However, oral contracts are more challenging to enforce and should be avoided, if possible. Contracts are important when you start your business because they provide better visibility to meet the duties and achieve objectives agreed upon per the agreement.
All contracts should clearly state the contract’s terms (when it begins and ends). It should also explain the obligations and duties of each party to know the nature of the services to be performed. And in addition to that, if the nature of the contract is an exchange of money for services, the contract should have a clear term indicating how much the contractor will receive and when the contractor will receive the payment in exchange for the service that he or she will be performing.
How to add your contract to the Client Dispute Manager Software?
First, go to the company tab, then click digital contracts.
Then click add new contract.
And you will be routed to this section, where you can edit and add new contracts. You can see the contract’s name here.
Then you can put the contract information over here.
To make your contract-creating job easy, you can use the placeholders in Client Dispute Manager Software as they populate your company’s and customer’s information.
Customer Information placeholders.
Company Information placeholders.
Important Note: If you use these placeholders, they will automatically populate your company’s and customer’s information when you send it to your customer. So, you don’t need to go back and forth to your contract and edit their information.
This is how a contract looks like when you use placeholders.
Once you’re done, click the save button.
To see the new contract you added, go to digital contracts, then click custom.
For your reference, you can always watch our training video in the credit repair software.
Client Dispute Manager Software will allow you to control your agreements and help you to be in compliance.
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