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1 in 4 people could be leaving your website today because your website is not accommodating people with disabilities.The term accessibility covers a wide range of disabilities, including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language, learning, and neurological disabilities. As you can imagine the international requirements for accessibility (WCAG 2.1) are very complicated for individual users to follow and this means a lot of websites are not compliant and this is a legal requirement, whether you are trading in the USA solely or in other countries.

“1 in 4 people could be leaving your website today because your website is not accommodating people with disabilities.”

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1 in 4 people could be leaving your website today because your website is not accommodating people with disabilities.The term accessibility covers a wide range of disabilities, including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language, learning, and neurological disabilities. As you can imagine the international requirements for accessibility (WCAG 2.1) are very complicated for individual users to follow and this means a lot of websites are not compliant and this is a legal requirement, whether you are trading in the USA solely or in other countries.

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California, CA

California, CA

Did you know that most websites get flagged as spam or untrustworthy just after they have been published? The reason is that it will have limited or no traffic, the owner cannot be verified, lack of Google searches and search results.

Statute/Bill: CCPA

Laws Signed (To Date): 2018; effective 1 Jan. 2020

California Consumer Privacy Act

Consumer Rights

Some common enquiries used to help prove your online identity.

  • Google Search Results
  • Knowledge Panels found in search results
  • Website presence
  • Website reported as spam
  • Social Media presence
  • Search Engine Visibility
  • Reviews or lack of reviews
  • Online Reputation
  • Branding and Marketing messaging
  • Your online identity

A Fact You Wouldn't Believe

Did you know that most websites get flagged as spam or untrustworthy just after they have been published? The reason is that it will have limited or no traffic, the owner cannot be verified, lack of Google searches and search results.

Notice

We do not accept calls if there is no caller id and to filter out robot calls, unsolicited calls, and spams you may find that you will need to leave a message on our voicemail, alternatively we would suggest using SMS, or one of the other options available on this page.