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9 termageddon Alternatives & Competitors (And Why We Recommend Enzuzo)

Osman Husain Nov 24, 2022 2:40:01 PM

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The top termageddon alternatives & competitors we evaluated are:

  • Enzuzo
  • Iubenda
  • Termly
  • Osano
  • Termsfeed
  • Mine
  • Usercentrics
  • Dataship
  • Transcends

We recommend Enzuzo as the cheaper and feature-rich alternative to Termageddon. Let’s dive in and show you how Enzuzo’s different and why you can trust it with all your data privacy needs.  

Why we trust Enzuzo as the best termageddon alternative

Termageddon does a good job of meeting data privacy requirements but there are still a couple of areas where it falls short. For example, it does not have support for returns policy generator, shipping policies, hosted policies, and more. 

Enzuzo, on the other hand, is your one-stop-shop for all things data privacy and compliance. Enzuzo helps you launch legal policies, collect and process DSARs, and manage cookie consent all inside a single dashboard.

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Here’s why you should pick Enzuzo for data privacy 🔎

Enzuzo doesn’t break the bank and includes all the premium features you need to help your business stay compliant with privacy laws around the world. Let's take a closer look at its standout features:


1. Create shipping, cookie, and returns policies with a few clicks 👩‍💻

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Enzuzo helps you build customized cookie banners for free as well as privacy policies, returns policies, shopping policies, and more — enabling you to stay compliant with GDPR and other privacy laws.

Sign up for an account, answer a few simple questions, and let us do the rest. Your privacy policies and banners can match your brand colors and templates — Enzuzo is customizable to your needs.

Termageddon does not support shipping policies or return policies.


2. Build policies in 25 languages and counting 🗣

Letting customers pay in their local currency boosts conversions. And communicating your policies in their native language helps create trust and brand equity. 

Enzuzo helps you do exactly that — generate your privacy policy, terms of service, cookie banners, and more in 25 major languages.

Termageddon only offers policies in English.


3. Manage an end-to-end data subject access request (DSAR) workflow 📝

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Enzuzo includes features like DSAR requests, automated email notifications, and Do Not Sell My Info page. This helps your business comply with many privacy laws such as GDPR, CCPA, CPRA, and more. 

Collecting DSAR requests is as simple as embedding a form on your website. After signup, we’ll prompt you to select a pre-existing DSAR template. Choose the one that’s tailored to your business’ geographical location and let us do the rest.

Once your DSAR form is live, link to it directly in your footer or elsewhere like your privacy policy page, making customer DSAR data collection effortless.

Termageddon does not support DSAR workflows.


4. Benefit from priority customer support during business hours 🤝

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All support queries are addressed on an urgent basis. Message us via live chat or through our contact form — where compliance experts are on hand to assist. 


5. Enzuzo offers fair & transparent pricing — no hidden surprises or aggressive upsells 💰

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Enzuzo’s paid plans start at only $7/month (when paid annually) and include multiple features that you won’t find in Termageddon. You could literally be saving thousands of dollars by picking Enzuzo over Termageddon. 

Any questions about our features or pricing? Feel free to contact us or reach out via live chat.

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Enzuzo vs Termageddon Feature Comparison 🧐

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Osman Husain

Osman is the content lead at Enzuzo. He has a background in data privacy management via a two-year role at ExpressVPN and extensive freelance work with cybersecurity and blockchain companies. Osman also holds an MBA from the Toronto Metropolitan University.

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