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Found a 24 hour deal to get a course for $9. When purchasing it automatically has checked an option for $39 to get 3 more discounted courses.

Normally I'd just unclick it, but I looked them up a bit and it actually seemed like a good deal. The website seemed legit, and the first search of reviews indicated it was as well. On the website the courses were all listed for $200 each. So I get them for $50 total.

only to find there is almost no content to the three bundled $39 course package. 10 sections to each course, each section seemingly only around two paragraphs. Blatant typos, a quiz for each section which has ~4 questions. Half the answers for questions for the quiz clearly not at all provided within the course.

The first quiz for instance asks about what Borax is and how to make a natural shoe polish. Neither shoe polish nor Borax were mentioned whatsoever in the course material. The other sections are the same, 2 paragraphs of information easy to find free online, followed by quiz questions on information not provided. What I got for $39 seems to actually be worth ~$5.

I feel ripped off having paid $50 total. Unpleasant imagining how it would feel to have paid the full price of $200.

Product or Service Mentioned: Regenerative Leadership Institute Course.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $40.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

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