Hello @W.TimothyF ,
In all honesty, considering the legal and financial elements of all of this, it'd be better to ask advice from your legal counsel directly, if you have one. Otherwise, if you're able to find a lawyer, especially one that specializes in trademark and copyright law, they'd be your best resource.
If the website host has already drawn up a contract / terms for the service, it'd likely be best to provide it to the legal counsel so they can go over it and make sure you're not being swindled or otherwise strung along for the costs. It may cost money to ask a lawyer to provide any counsel, especially if reviewing the contract, but it'll be far less than the money you'd be giving if the host's offer isn't what they've claimed it to be.
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