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How much does it cost?

You can browse through the TechAgreements directory and preview the agreements for free. There is a per agreement charge of $35.00 to access an agreement only after you decide to purchase it.

What methods can I use to pay for the agreements?

TechAgreements accepts all major credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. If paying by credit card is inconvenient for you, please send us an email with your business name, address and contact phone numbers and we will review other payment options.

Can I set up a corporate or other subscription account?

Yes, please send us an email with your business name, address and contact phone numbers and we would be happy to set you up with a corporate account if your business qualifies.

Is my credit card and other information secure?

TechAgreements conducts all transactions using a secure server that employs an industry standard encryption scheme called SSL.

What is the CVV?

As part of credit card payments, CVV stands for Card Verification Value and is also known as the Card Security Code. It enhances the security of credit card purchases.


For MasterCard, Visa and Discover credit or debit cards, it is a 3-digit number printed on the back of your card. It appears after and to the right of your card number

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On American Express cards, the Card Security Code is a 4-digit number printed on the front of your card. It appears after and to the right of your card number.

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Can I be notified of new agreements?

TechAgreements would be happy to notify you via email of new agreements either by business name or by agreement type. Please send us an email and identify the companies and/or agreement types for which you would like to receive notices.

What if I can`t find an agreement that meets my needs?

TechAgreements is continually adding agreements to its database. Plus, we have consultants who will be happy to help you identify suitable agreements. Send us an email with your requests.

How do I receive an agreement?

Agreements will be automatically emailed to your email address after you pay for the agreement. You will also be given the option to download the agreement directly when you check out. If you are trying to re-download a previous order, please see the FAQ How do I access a previous order?

What word processors are supported?

Agreements downloaded through TechAgreements are in Rich Text Format (rtf). This means that word processing programs such as Word, WordPerfect and others should properly format all downloaded documents and provide you with a document that is easily editable. In some instances, tables, charts and other portions of the document may require re-formatting after they have been downloaded.

How do I access a previous order?

To download or obtain agreements from a previous order, click on the Download Previous Order link under "Your Account" on the home page. This will take you to a page that lists your previous orders. Note, you will not be charged twice for re-downloading agreements.

Can I track charges for each of my clients separately?

Yes, the "Billing Reference" field-- which is located on the page that contains the agreement preview-- allows you to add reference information to associate with your order, such as a "client name", "client number" or any other information you use in your business. Simply enter the information in the "Billing Reference" field before you click the "Select This Agreement" button. The Billing Reference will appear next to each agreement on the check out form. You can use different Billing References for each agreement in your order.

Why are sections missing from the agreements I downloaded?

TechAgreements uses publicly disclosed documents which often have been "redacted" by the company that disclosed them. This means that certain portions of the agreement, typically financial and other business sensitive information, are deleted from the agreements that TechAgreements provides.

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