Let’s talk about customers bringing you their own blank products to embellish with your Silhouette Cameo or Cricut. A few examples: Your customer purchases and gives you 10 blank water bottles to add vinyl to for their children’s sports team, a customer provides a shirt for you to add a heat transfer vinyl design to, or a customer provides barnwood from their own collection to you to build a wooden sign from. Some small business owners are okay doing this, while others don’t do it. In either case, you could potentially destroy, break, or lose their products that the customer has provided to you. That’s why it is a good idea for you to have your customer sign a liability release. This document relieves you and your business from having to replace the items if your customer doesn’t like them, or if you lose or damage the blanks.
Today, I’m sharing an editable version of a simple liability release. To edit it the form to work with your business you need to replace anything in bold type.
Download the liability release in WORD format here.
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