What is the correct way to label Consent?

Consent type (radio button, checkbox, etc) is an important piece of some Auditor's compliance requirements.  It is essential that lead generators label consent boxes properly so that Auditors have the information they need.  

Here are the labels and corresponding consent types:

  • Radio Buttons - The consent radio button label must include the text of the disclosure while the other radio button indicates a decline or lack or consent. 

  • Check Box - The checkbox label should be used when a checkbox is used to indicate a user's consent to a disclosure. 

  • No Interaction - The following label should be used if there are no user interactions required for consent.  

  • Yes/No Menu - For yes/no drop down menu implementations, the visible values of the drop down menu must be yes and no. 

 

 

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