SMS Disclosure Language Example

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See an example of disclosure language to use when collecting SMS consent. 

Including SMS disclosure language on your popups, website, and any other consent-collection method is extremely important. Many countries require that companies inform potential SMS subscribers of exactly what they are agreeing to if they opt in to SMS marketing.

This information is not legal advice. Klaviyo recommends that you consult with your legal counsel to make sure that you comply with all applicable laws in connection with your marketing program.

About the Example

This sample shown below is Klaviyo's default language. 

Replace all of the highlighted text with text or links relevant to your business. For instance, if you do not plan to send cart reminders, do not include this in your disclosure text. 

Sample SMS Disclosure Language

By entering your phone number and submitting this form, you consent to receive marketing text messages (such as promotion codes and cart reminders) from [Your Organization's Name] at the number provided, including messages sent by autodialer. Consent is not a condition of any purchase. Message and data rates may apply. Message frequency varies. You can unsubscribe at any time by replying STOP or clicking the unsubscribe link (where available) in one of our messages. View our Privacy Policy [insert link] and Terms of Service [insert link].

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