Each plan includes: Accessibility Statement, ADA, WCAG 2.1, Section 508 Compliant, AI Powered Widget, Ability to change interface and website to over 100+ languages

Do You Have Any Questions?

Submit a support ticket and include your full name, the domain name for which the code will be installed on, and the transaction receipt and/or original invoice number. Each order and code is processed manually for accuracy so we ask that you be patient once you place your order. 

Yes, if it’s within 14 days of the purchase. You can submit a support ticket and include your full name, the domain name for which the termination is sought, and a copy of the transaction receipt and/or original invoice number. You can also read more on the Terms & Conditions page. 

No, however it is highly recommended so that you can avoid a potential lawsuit or multiple lawsuits.

Once the line of code is added, the widget should appear and start to work within a few minutes.

We work with Adobe Muse, BigCommerce, Conventri, Clickfunnels, Drupal, Duda, Google Tag Manager, HTML, Hubspot, Instapages, Joomla, Leadpages, Magento, Paykickstart, Prestashop, Shopify, Squarespace, Umbraco, Volusion, Weebly, Webflow, Wix, WooCommerce, WordPress, and Xfunnels. 

If you are wanting certain features within the widget removed, that can be done however, in order to be fully compliant we suggest for you to not remove any particular features. If you would like the widget to match the color scheme of your website, send us a support ticket and include the color codes.

Feel free to send a question using the widget located in the lower right side of the website however we ask that any in depth questions be asked via a support ticket. The support ticket route is the best and preferred way for us to track all requests and respond. 

If you have a website, it is highly suggested that you have the widget on your website.

Yes, you can install it on your own or we can do it for you for a one-time fee of $25. If you would like for us to install you can access the fee link here. If you would like to install it yourself you can access the instructions here. 

The DOJ (Department of Justice) determined in 2018, that websites are considered places of public accommodation and should comply with the ADA Title III. The United States courts refer to WCAG 2.1 AA as the accessibility standard.

Yes. If you would like for us to embed the widget there is a one-time fee of $25. You can access the payment link here.

No, we don’t, however you’ll find you get the best deal on the annual option under each plan.