I am generally not a fan of disclaimers but I get why they are important, my view is they should always be short and sweet!

For example "whatever happens it's not [our] fault" which is pretty much what they all say using more words....

However the internet is an altogether different ball game where misinformation, scams and malware abound where one must exercise a degree of caution and a healthy dose of skepticism when reading web pages, following links or downloading files.

All of the information on this web site is provided in good faith and all links to external web sites are known to be reliable at the time of publication.  However, things can change on any web page so what is safe today, may not be safe tomorrow.

Having said that, I do take full responsibility for the advice and information provided on this site, if you have any concerns or feel that I have led you astray in any way, shape or form, please let me know.  

Greg Williams 22 March 2018