FAQ's: Pricing & Plans
Frequently asked questions about the Pulse Privacy plans and pricing. To see the complete list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's), please visit our FAQ page.
What is a "loyalty-binding" agreement?
One of the biggest problems with legal documents today is that for small businesses, it feels like you're serving divorce papers to your customers, clients and other members of your business eco-system. This is gross.
Our goal at Pulse is to make sure you feel just as comfortable extending policies to your people as they feel reading and agreeing to them. That's why we call our policies, contracts and other legal documents "loyalty-binding" agreements.
Do 'human-readable" policies put my business at greater risk of legal action?
In short, no. Here's why:
Lawyers have spent years perfecting the legal documents that now control our world. The problem is that while we, the average people of society, are forced to agree to them, the majority of us are unable to read any of the policies without lawyers.
The current state of legal policy is a world built by lawyers for lawyers, overcomplicated for no good reason. This has created a dangerous impact on society and we believe this needs to change.
Any policies, contracts or other legal documents created by Pulse are just as descriptive but using more human language. We believe this actually makes them more descriptive, clear, and protective.
By default, all policies are written at an eighth grade reading level or below. We also have built our policies to be visual and interactive so that information is given in digestible chunks within the context of your interactions, making policies even easier to understand, engage with, and give consent to.
So no, your business will not be a greater risk legally. In fact, we believe your business will be set up for even greater success because people trust you.
What happens if laws update around the globe? Do I need to be watching for changes to data policy?
In short, no. Nothing will happen to you if the laws update because we'll update your policies for you. And if there's anything significant (if there are any "material changes" to the law) and we need you to manually update things or give us more information, we'll let you know with plenty of time to respond.
Are you just trying to get rid of lawyers?
Yes. You're welcome.