I own a website where I sell digital products that I have created from scratch. In order to increase my product catalogue, I would like to open my website to content creators so that they can make their own products and sell them (they won't be using my site to generate their products, just sell them). The remuneration model would be similar to that of iTunes e.g. for regular sales, the content creator keeps 70% and my company keeps 30%. I will process the payments through Paypal, giving out commission once a month. I do not intend to charge anything else for the content creators to list their products on my site.
I do not want to be held responsible for any of the products created by third parties (the sellers). When a content creator submits their product, it will go through a selection process and my company will have the final decision, they might be refused.
My website is hosted in the USA but my company is a Hong Kong based company (I can host my website to Hong Kong if necessary and makes things easier).
I need documents to legalise the relations between my company & the sellers, my company and customers, and between the sellers and their customers.
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