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"Sorry, no refunds!

We don't like refunds because they don't benefit anyone. And the refund policy is being abused by more and more individuals, online.

People are stealing content, ideas and formulas.

"Now, we know you might be thinking, 'But what if I change my mind after I've made my purchase?'

We understand, and that is why we ask you make sure; you want to make your purchase.

Once you've made your purchase, it's yours to keep.

After all, we're not a library, we're a business.

We understand that buyer’s remorse happens but just like a bad haircut, we can't undo it.

Plus, we can't exactly take back the time and effort we put into delivering our product or service, like a baker can't un-bake a cake.

We feel our policy is fair and our many customers, do so too.

So, let's avoid the hassle and disappointment of refunds.

We don’t give money back guarantees that are worthless.

Here are some examples of worthless money back guarantees:

"Satisfaction guarantee": This is a very common phrase used in money back guarantees, but it doesn't specify what the customer needs to be satisfied with. The money bac is often side stepped by saying the purchaser hasn’t followed the recommendation.

"Guaranteed results": This type of guarantee promises specific outcomes, such as weight loss or increased income, but doesn't specify the timeframe or the effort required. The results may be impossible or difficult to achieve, making the guarantee worthless.

"Guaranteed Money Back in 30 Days": Some guarantees are only valid for a short period of time, such as 30 days. This is often not enough time for the customer to fully implement the product or service, making the guarantee useless.

"Restocking fee": Some guarantees require the customer to pay a restocking fee if they return the product, reducing the amount of money they get back. This can make the guarantee less attractive and less valuable to customers.

"Exclusions apply": Some guarantees have a long list of exclusions that make it difficult for the customer to qualify for a refund. This can make the guarantee useless in practice, as the customer may not be able to meet all the requirements.

It’s simple, be sure you want to purchase.

We don’t do refunds!