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Terms and Conditions of Use

Posted on June 29, 2022

These Terms and Conditions of Use, (hereinafter, the “Terms”) are effective immediately for new Users and 30 days after the above date for current Users. These new Terms supersedes all previous versions.

The following describes the terms on which Precision Paralegal Services Professional Services “PPSLAW” offers you access to and the automated demand letter system, (collectively, the “Services”).


Account: section on the Site where you may modify your profile and see the state of your Demand Letters.

Demand Letter: document generated by the Site according to the information provided by the User.

Recipient: any person (natural person or legal person) that receives the Demand Letter.

Sender: User that fills out the smartform and sends the Demand Letter to the Recipient.

Site: the website owned by PPSLAW

User: any person (natural person or legal person) who accepted our Terms.



By using the Site, you recognize being at least 18 years old. If you represent a business or an organization, you confirm having its mandate or the capacity to make a binding decision.


PPSLAW may change the fees and its related terms from time to time.

The fees may be changed temporarily for promotional events, and such changes are effective when we post the temporary promotional event or new service on the Site or on our promotional material.

PPSLAW uses “Stripe” to collect its Transaction fee. The accepted payment options with Stripe are the following: Visa, MasterCard and American Express. All fees are quoted in Canadian Dollars.


PPSLAW may review and modify the Services at any time and at its sole discretion by posting the changes on the Site. You agree to review the Terms from time to time to verify and understand any changes which may have occurred.

Your continued access the Site and to your Account after modifications have been made to the Services will be equivalent to your acceptance of these modifications.


The Terms are solely and entirely subject to the laws applicable in the Province of Ontario and the federal laws of Canada applicable therein. The courts of the judicial district of Ontario have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute relating to the Terms, to the exclusion of any other jurisdiction.


You may contact PPSLAW toll-free via phone by @ 1 (866) 541-3966

These Terms sets forth the entire understanding and agreement between the User and PPSLAW with respect to the Services. The following sections survive any termination of these Terms: Fees, User’s Responsibilities and Warnings.

If any of the provisions in these Terms shall be deemed invalid, void, or for any reason unenforceable, such provisions shall be deemed severable and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provision.

In our sole discretion, PPSLAW may assign these Terms, by providing our Users written notice.

PPSLAW’s silence, omission, negligence and/or delay to exercise any right or recourse must never be interpreted as renunciation to exercise such right or recourse.



PPSLAW automatically generates a Demand Letter and delivers it to the Recipient’s address that is submitted by the Sender in the smartform. Then, PPSLAW sends Canada Post’s tracking number to the Sender, if Sender selected this option. These are PPSLAW’s responsibilities for this service.


Base Demand Letter costs thirty-nine dollars ($80), plus tax, per recipient. 
Demand Letter + Review costs eighty-nine dollars ($110), plus tax. 
Demand Letter + Call costs one hundred and thirty-nine dollars ($165), plus tax.
Registered Mail costs twenty dollars ($20), plus tax per recipient


If you are the Sender of a Demand Letter:

– You are responsible for the exactitude of all the information that you submit in the Demand Letter, such as the address, as well as its description, and you assume full responsibility for the content of the Demand Letter;

– You agree to pay PPSLAW‘s transaction fee in full before the Demand Letter is sent and you acknowledge that the Demand Letter will only be sent once the payment has been completed;

– You understand that for payment deadlines, PPSLAW uses calendar days (not business days);

– PPSLAW is not liable for the content, alleged facts or the scope of the complaint in the Demand Letter;

– If you selected our mailing option, you are responsible to verify the delivery status of your Demand Letter with the Canada Post tracking number, sent to you by PPSLAW.


The Sender accepts that sending a Demand Letter will not necessarily solve the Sender’s matter or problem.

PPSLAW is not liable for any damage or inconvenience caused by a delay in the communication between the parties involved in the Demand Letter and/or is not liable for any other legal damage sustained by the parties. If PPSLAW is found to be liable by a competent jurisdiction, our liability to you or to any third party is limited to the greater of: (a) the transaction fee paid to PPSLAW, which you paid to us in the 12 months prior to the judgment date, or (b) one hundred Canadian dollars ($100 CAD).

PPSLAW is not responsible if the Recipient’s address, entered by the Sender in the smartform is invalid. Make sure you have the right address.

PPSLAW does not transfer and is in no way liable for any money transfer between Users resulting from a Demand Letter generated by the Site.