Frequently Asked Questions
What is BackOffice 365?
We provide back office support services to enhance your business. We help free up your time so you can focus on tasks that help generate money. We provide subject matter experts that help grow your business. We are a one stop shop for all of your back office needs.
Due Diligence on Vendors
Please perform your normal due diligence before you hire any of our affiliates. Make sure to have everything in writing. You will want to sign a contract with the vendor. If applicable seek legal and/or financial advice. Ask for references, check with the Better Business Bureau and look at their current work. BackOffice365 appreciates your feedback on our Vendors. If there is any comments or suggestions, please let us know.
Any disputes should be settled between you and the affiliate. We recommend included an arbitration clause. You are always free to seek counsel from an attorney as well. BackOffice365 appreciates your feedback on our Vendors. If there is any comments or suggestions, please let us know.
How can I partner?
Please reach out to us and let us know what you have to offer. We are always looking for for products/services/affiliates that provide great value for our clients.
How can I advertise?
Please reach out to us and let us know what you have to offer. We can discuss our advertisement rates with you. We are open to considering affiliate programs as well.
How do select the vendors?
Vendors are selected based the quality of their work, expertise in their field, being licensed in their field and the value they add to business. As with all vendors quality of work can vary. We recommend doing your normal due diligence an standard business practices when you hire and work with the vendors.
Perform your normal due diligence before hiring a vendor, seek legal and financial guidance as needed and have a contract with the vendor. You are solely responsible for the vendor that you hire as well as managing them. We recommend using a contract to detail your agreement with the vendor. If you have an issue with a vendor we recommend going to arbitration or hiring an attorney.
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