moderated Re: Web site hosting services
Sarah, When starting my Dog rehabilitation centre years ago. The first thing I was told was to register my business name. Why? Because if you have no registered name, lawyers will just do a search and if your name comes up, whether it is you or not, they can file a suit against you. Then you have to prove it was not you that ripped off a client. It is just a way to cover your rear end from people. I know operating a business with no license is in vogue these days, however, depending on the person wanting to hire someone, having a business name registered adds more credibility to the person operating the business. No name and anyone can claim to be representing or even being you, treat the client unfairly and you could be on the hoof for legal costs.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Rayn Darren
Sent: August 19, 2020 9:47 AM
Subject: Re: Web site hosting services
You’re most welcome. My website is currently still under construction as I’ve been 100% focused on clients. I do have a body of work that you’re welcome to look at however. I am not registered as a business, yet, but plan to be within the next few months, hopefully by the end of the year.
For work I’ve done please check out:
My prices are very reasonable and flexible. I’ve never worked with a state agency as DOR of California is not currently contracting, but I look forward to the opportunity.
Hope this is helpful to you and your client, if you have more questions, or would like more info on anything, please do reach out.
Thank you for the offer.
Do you have a web site that explains your services and pricing?
This is through a State agency and I am just looking for resources to pass along.
Do you have a business?
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