I run a business that prints hard copies of certificates issued online only. Recipients send me a link and ask that I print it out. Some ask that I add a generic gold sticker as embellishment (i.e. make it nicer). Can they just check off a box agreeing to a statement OR do they need to actually type it out?I want to avoid problems with copyright/trademark infringement, claims of authenticity etc..
Many thanks for your help!The certificate is issued by an online school in digital form only (up to recipients to print it out). If checking off a box is suffice, can I use this statement: Yes, please add a gold seal to my certificate! I understand that the seal sticker does not authenticate the certificate, is not endorsed by or an endorsement from the school or education company, and is solely for decorative purposes only.