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, you now have access to a little known strategy that is going to allow you to:

Upgrade Your Website

Upgrade Your Website

Improve your website’s SEO,  accessibility, and broaden your reach by using this strategy.

Access New Customers

Access New Customers

Open yourself up to a potential 61 Million new customers you are missing right now.

Receive a Little Known Tax Credit

Receive a Little Known Tax Credit

The U.S government will pay you up to $5,000 when you activate this strategy in your business.

Why Listen?

Hey there , it’s great to meet you! My name is Linwood and I wanted to take a moment to thank you for checking out this information. I’ve been in the sales and marketing game for over 25 years now, with a special focus on internet marketing for more than two decades. In that time, I’ve had the pleasure of helping more than 100 local businesses expand their online presence and drive sales growth. I’m not saying this to brag, but rather to let you know that you’re in good hands.

Now, I’m excited to put my expertise and the skills of my team to work helping businesses all across the country tap into the power of this strategy.

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"Now that you know more about me, let's jump into this strategy and how it works!"

, have you heard of the ADA?

ADA stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act, which was passed in 1990 to ensure that people with disabilities have the same opportunities and access to services as everyone else. 

When it comes to websites, ADA compliance means ensuring that your website is accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. This includes making adjustments to accommodate users with visual, auditory, or physical impairments.

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So why is this important?

Well, for one thing, it’s the law. Failing to comply with ADA regulations can result in legal action, including lawsuits and fines. But beyond that, it’s also the right thing to do. By making your website accessible to all users, you’re creating a more inclusive online environment that can benefit all users. 

It’s also a smart business move. By ensuring that your website is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), you can tap into an audience of millions who were previously unable to use your site. Click the play button to learn more about the ADA.

The Benefits of Being ADA Compliant for Your Business

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has been in place for over 30 years and has greatly improved the lives of millions of people with disabilities. But did you know that being ADA compliant also has benefits for your business? Let’s explore some of the advantages of being ADA compliant and why it’s important to make your business accessible to all.

Increase Your Customer Base

By making your business accessible to people with disabilities, you are opening up your doors to a new market. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, over 61 million people in the United States have a disability. By not being ADA compliant, you could be missing out on a significant portion of potential customers.

Improve Customer Loyalty

By showing your commitment to accessibility, you can improve customer loyalty. People with disabilities are often fiercely loyal to businesses that make an effort to accommodate their needs. By being ADA compliant, you show that you value all of your customers and are willing to go the extra mile to make their experience a positive one.

Avoid Lawsuits

Non-compliance with the ADA can lead to expensive lawsuits, which can be detrimental to your business. By being proactive about compliance, you can avoid potential legal issues and protect your business from financial harm.

Enhance Your Reputation

Being ADA compliant can enhance your reputation in the community. By showing that you care about the needs of all people, you can establish your business as a responsible and ethical member of the community. This can lead to positive word-of-mouth recommendations, increased visibility, and ultimately, more customers.

Improve SEO

Having an ADA-compliant website can improve your search engine optimization (SEO) rankings. ADA compliance includes optimizing your website for people with disabilities, which can improve your website’s functionality and user experience. This can lead to better engagement, increased traffic, and higher rankings in search engines.

Attract Talented Employees

By making your business accessible to people with disabilities, you can attract a wider pool of job candidates. People with disabilities have the same qualifications and abilities as non-disabled candidates, but may require certain accommodations to perform their jobs. By making these accommodations, you show that you value all of your employees and are willing to create a diverse and inclusive workplace.

Boost Employee Morale

Being ADA compliant can also boost employee morale. When employees see that their employer values inclusivity and accessibility, they feel more engaged and committed to their work. This can lead to better job satisfaction, higher productivity, and ultimately, better business results. 

But what happens if you're not compliant?

Having a website that is not ADA compliant can have numerous negative effects on both the website owner and its users.

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Speaking of lawsuits...

It's not just a moral obligation

The Missouri Bar Association has reported that the number of ADA claims brought in federal court has seen a significant increase since 2013. In that year, there were 2,722 ADA claims filed in federal court. By 2019, that number had skyrocketed to over 11,000, indicating a clear upward trend.

While California, New York, and Florida remain the states with the highest number of claims filed, an increasing number of states have been taking advantage of the ADA’s provisions in recent years. 

These stats highlight the significant increase in the number of ADA claims brought in federal court and the factors driving this trend, including the ease of filing lawsuits, aggressive plaintiffs’ attorneys, and the potential for financial gain. They also underscore the importance of businesses taking proactive steps to ensure ADA compliance to avoid costly litigation and promote accessibility for all individuals.

Legal costs for ADA non compliance are expensive
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Businesses of all shapes & sizes have been hit with these costly lawsuits !

Businesses and organizations can be sued for not having an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant website, even if they did not intentionally exclude disabled users. 

Large corporations have been sued for non-compliance with the ADA, including Walmart, Target, and McDonald’s. These lawsuits have resulted in millions of dollars in settlements. For example, in 2019, Walmart agreed to pay $80 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that the company’s website was not accessible to individuals with disabilities.

In addition to lawsuits, non-compliance with the ADA can result in fines and penalties. The Department of Justice can impose fines of up to $75,000 for a first violation and up to $150,000 for subsequent violations. State and local governments may also impose fines and penalties for ADA non-compliance. 

Aren't you glad that you know about this now ?

 I don’t want to spend too much time dwelling on the negative, so let’s shift our focus to the positive: how you can make your website ADA compliant and get a tax credit in the process! 

As someone who relies on assistive technology to navigate the digital world, I often encounter barriers that prevent me from accessing the information and resources I need in life
Having an accessible website would mean that I could engage with your business and your products on an equal footing with others. It would demonstrate that your business values inclusivity and diversity.

By following the right strategy, you can not only protect yourself from potential lawsuits, but also take advantage of a tax credit that can save you some serious cash.

Let’s dive in and explore the strategy that will ensure that your website is accessible to everyone. And trust me, once you implement this strategy, you’ll be glad you did.

What’s The 411

How do you make your website ADA Compliant?

Let’s see how you can make this happen . 

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What are your options?

Let’s look at the various options available to ensure your website is ADA compliant. When it comes to ADA compliance, there are typically three routes you can take: the fast way, the hard way, and the right way.

We’ll take the time to explore each of these options in depth so you can make an informed decision about which approach is best for you and your business. By understanding the pros and cons of each option, you’ll be able to select the one that aligns with your goals and priorities. So let’s get started and explore the various paths to ADA compliance.

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Install an Accessibility Widget

Use The MSC Strategy

Use The MSC Strategy

You Can Do It Yourself

You Can Do It Yourself

Option #1

Get an accessibility widget installed on your website for a quick fix. This is the FAST way.

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Here's your first option

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Option #2

Do it yourself or get your team to make your website ADA compliant. Sounds HARD!

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Is the DIY method the best for you?

When it comes to making your website fully ADA compliant, there are two options available to you: tackling it on your own or enlisting the help of a professional.

While it may seem tempting to save a few bucks by going the DIY route, the truth is that making your website fully ADA compliant is a tedious and time-consuming process. Not only do you need to have a deep understanding of the ADA regulations and guidelines, but you also need to be well-versed in web design and development.

Remediating a website to be fully ADA compliant is not a simple task. It involves meticulously reviewing each and every page of your website, testing for accessibility, identifying and resolving issues, and continuously monitoring and updating to ensure compliance.

Do you have the technical expertise, the time, and the patience to do this on your own ? And are you willing to take on all the liability if something goes wrong?


Do you bring the right level of expertise to the table. This is a meticulous process, and if you choose to do the remediation yourself, you will need to have someone on your team who has experience in web development, security, and accessibility.


Doing website remediation takes time and effort, especially if the site is large or has a lot of issues. If you go the DIY route, you will need to allocate time and resources to the task.


Doing website remediation in-house may seem like a cost-effective option, but it can end up costing more in the long run. If you don’t have the necessary expertise, you might end up making mistakes or missing issues, which could lead to costly consequences.


A remediation team has the knowledge and experience to identify and fix issues in a thorough and effective manner. Doing it yourself may not result in the same level of quality, especially if the person doing the remediation is not experienced in web development.


If you decide to do the remediation yourself, you are assuming all the liability for any issues that arise. If you work with a professional, the liability is shifted to the service provider and the work is under warranty.

Option #3

Achieve full ADA compliance the right way with MSC’s all-inclusive strategy.

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Why Work With Us

There are three (3) principles we stand by...

Ensuring ADA compliance is not only a legal obligation but also an ethical responsibility towards your customers and employees.

By making your business accessible to all, you open up opportunities for growth and build a reputation for being an inclusive and responsible organization.

We are here to help you navigate the process, from identifying barriers to implementing solutions, and everything in between.

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Unlocking the Power of ADA Compliance: Boost Your Website's Accessibility and Performance Today!

Rest easy knowing that your website is in good hands.

3 Steps To ADA Compliance

At My Site Comply, we’re dedicated to helping businesses achieve ADA compliance and create a more inclusive environment for everyone. Our team of experts has extensive knowledge and experience in ADA compliance and can guide you through the entire process. We’re committed to ensuring that your business is accessible to everyone, and we’re here to help you every step of the way.

Accessibility Audit

Automatic accessibility checkers only find 30%- 50% of the errors on your website. When you team up with My Site Comply, we use automated and manual tools to find the issues that are stopping you from achieving full compliance.

Manual Remediation

We MANUALLY make your website compliant with the ADA and WCAG 2.0 and fulfill all the conditions.  We make the whole website accessible for the blind, deaf and those navigating by voice or other screen reader.

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When you combine manual remediation with an accessibility widget, you are one step closer to 100% compliance. As part of our service, you will get an ADA compliance widget on every screen of your website!

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Accessibility Audit

At My Site Comply, we use a combination of automated tools and manual testing by our accessibility experts to evaluate your website’s accessibility. 

Our automated tools scan the website for common issues, such as missing alternative text for images, incorrect use of headings, and insufficient color contrast. However, manual testing is essential to uncover more nuanced accessibility issues related to usability and user experience.

Our team uses a variety of manual testing techniques, such as keyboard navigation testing, screen reader testing, and manual code review, to uncover accessibility issues. We then compile a detailed report that identifies accessibility issues and provides recommendations for addressing them, including a list of accessibility issues, their severity level, and detailed recommendations on how to fix them.

A website accessibility audit is the first step towards making your website accessible to all users, reducing the risk of legal action for non-compliance, and increasing your website’s reach. 

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Manual Website Remediation

Do you want a comprehensive and customized approach to accessibility remediation? Look no further than our manual website remediation service.

Unlike automated tools, our manual remediation service involves human expertise and experience to identify and address accessibility barriers. Our team of accessibility experts starts with an accessibility audit to determine the issues that need to be fixed. We prioritize the issues based on their severity and impact on accessibility, allowing us to focus on the most critical issues first.

Our remediation team then works to fix the identified issues by modifying the website’s HTML and CSS code. We use a range of techniques, from adding alt text to images to adjusting font sizes and adding keyboard accessibility. After the remediation work is completed, we test the website to ensure that the accessibility issues have been resolved.

Manual website remediation is time-consuming, but it offers a more comprehensive approach to accessibility remediation that addresses both technical and usability issues. Our customized and tailored approach meets the specific needs of your website and its users.

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Accessibility Widget

In Option #1, we discussed accessibility widgets, which can be a valuable tool for improving the user experience for people with disabilities. With an accessibility widget, users can adjust the font size, background color, and other settings to make the website more legible and easier to navigate. This can be especially helpful for people with visual impairments or mobility issues.

Remember, an accessibility widget alone does not make a website fully ADA compliant. While it’s a good start, there are many other accessibility considerations that must be addressed to ensure that a website is accessible to all users. With that being said, this widget can add an additional layer of accessibility to your site.

As part of our website remediation service, you’ll get an ADA compliance widget on every screen of your website at no additional cost. If you were to go with another service, you’d have to pay $49.99 a month for this feature alone. But with us, it’s included for free as part of our commitment to making the internet a more inclusive place.

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Get FULL Website Remediation At A Fraction Of The Cost

At My Site Comply, we believe that everyone deserves equal access to the digital world. That’s why we offer website remediation services to ensure that your website is ADA compliant and accessible to all. Let us help you improve your website’s user experience, increase your online visibility, and avoid potential legal issues. Get started today and join the ranks of businesses that prioritize accessibility and inclusivity.

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Which option makes the most sense to you?

If you chose option #1 or option #2

I salute you for taking the time to look at the MSC strategy . If you have gotten to this point, you understand the strategy, and have all of the information you need to make your website ADA compliant and accessible to all users. I wish you all of the success in the world, and will let you know about any new tools I find that will help your business. You can hit the x in the top right hand corner to exit our website.

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Are you still here ?

Great! Now, I am going to go over the tax credit and show you how to get started working with our strategy

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How does the Disabled Access Credit Work?

You can claim this with other credits or deductions you are eligible for ✅

You can claim this with other credits or deductions you are eligible for ✅

Can you believe it ?

That's how you claim the ADA tax credit

When you first came to this page, you might not have been aware of the Disabled Access Credit and how it could benefit your business. But now, with our help, you can take advantage of this tax credit and save money while making your website accessible to everyone.

Once we’ve completed your website remediation project and ensured that your website is fully compliant with ADA standards, all you need to do is log in to your account with us to download your invoice and the Disabled Access Credit Form 8826. From there, you can provide this information to your tax team and claim your 50% tax credit.

This credit is a great way to offset the cost of making your website accessible, while also demonstrating your commitment to inclusivity and accessibility. Don’t miss out on this valuable opportunity – let us help you make your website ADA compliant and claim your Disabled Access Credit today.

Are you ready to make your website ADA compliant?

Don’t wait any longer . Take the first step towards inclusivity by ensuring that all users, regardless of ability, can easily access and navigate your site. Let us help you make your website accessible to everyone. Here’s how you can get started…

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Connect with a MSC Rep

, use one of our convenient communication methods to connect with a MSC representative to get your questions answered and get started with your project. You can use the chat button on this page or schedule a time to connect by clicking the button below.

Book An Appointment

Book Your Appointment


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Start Your Project

When you are ready, you can complete your payment and we can get started with your remediation project. Sit back and relax while we make your website ADA compliant. Your website won’t experience any down time. Most projects take somewhere between 5 and 7 days, depending on the complexity of the site.

Get Your Bonuses

We understand that while your website remediation project is ongoing, you may want to focus on other areas of your business to continue to grow and thrive. That’s why we’ve put together an exclusive bonus package to help you make the most of this time.

We’re not only helping you to comply with ADA standards and avoid costly lawsuits – we’re also investing in the growth and success of your business.

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What's the cost of this investment?

Website remediation costs can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on website size and accessibility issues. It’s a small price compared to legal action costs. It also improves user experience, attracts a wider audience, and boosts website performance. It’s an investment in business success. 

We offer Flat Rate pricing for most websites!



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Custom Strategy

For businesses that want more

Does your website have more than 12 pages? Do you want to build a whole new website that is more modern and ADA compliant? Speak with one of our reps to create a customized plan for your business.

Get a custom quote

Let us make a customized plan for your business

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Our Guarantee

At MSC, we stand behind the quality of our website remediation service with a six month warranty. We understand that technology and website updates are constantly evolving, and we want to ensure that your website remains ADA compliant for the long term. If you encounter any minor changes or updates to your website during the warranty period that affect its compliance, we will make the necessary adjustments at no additional cost to you. Our team is committed to your satisfaction and ensuring that your website remains accessible to all users, regardless of their abilities.

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Grab these EXCLUSIVE bonuses

Use this bonus package to enhance your business!

DFY Social Media Package

As part of our website remediation program, we are excited to offer our customers an exclusive bonus package that includes a social media calendar, 365 days of pre-written social media content, 5000 vertical video assets, and much more. This bonus package is designed to help our customers boost their online presence and engage with their target audience more effectively. With a wide range of creative assets at their disposal, our customers can focus on growing their business with DFY content.

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Digital Marketing Package

As part of our website remediation program, we’re offering an amazing bonus package that includes a variety of training guides to help you supercharge your marketing efforts. You’ll have access to valuable resources on Google My Business, YouTube Shorts, Instagram Reels, Tik Tok Marketing, and more! These training guides are designed to help you effectively promote your business and reach a wider audience through social media platforms.

Self Improvement Package

This bonus package includes audio and video content that covers a range of topics related to self-development, including time management, goal setting, handling procrastination, overcoming fear, and limiting beliefsYou’ll learn to manage your time effectively, set achievable goals, and overcome procrastination, fear, and limiting beliefs that hold you back from achieving success. 

All of this content is designed to help you become a better, more successful version of yourself. And the best part is, it’s included as part of our website remediation package, at no additional cost to you.

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How Can We Do This?

It’s actually very easy: our travel partner Redeem Vacations has built amazing relationships with hotels and resorts around the world and helps them fill rooms that would have otherwise gone empty.

The resorts love it because they know guests like you will likely spend money with room service, or at the restaurants, bars, spa, casino, etc., or maybe even stay extra days. So you get a complimentary hotel stay, the resorts fill rooms, & we get more clients making this a Win-Win-Win for all!

You will receive your vacation voucher as soon as your remediation project is complete! After activation you will have 18 months to select travel dates and be responsible for your own transportation, food & beverages, gov taxes & fees and other miscellaneous personal expenses.

Complimentary Vacation Package

, picture yourself on a relaxing beach vacation, sipping tropical drinks, and enjoying the clear waters. Or, you could head to a nearby casino for a chance to win big. Maybe you want to shop at high-end boutiques, and explore the desert on a thrilling dune buggy ride. 

All of this is possible right now!

You deserve some time to relax, so we’re rewarding you with a complimentary vacation to one of seven destinations: Cancun, Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta, Las Vegas, Phuket, Kuta or Dubai.

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