I don't think they should let you take the proctored exam without making it explicit that you're ending the free trial at that point. but i also agree that asking to cancel after getting credit is kind of out of line and they went above and beyond when they didn't need to by refunding it. In Progress: MS Cybersecurity, Georgia Tech (18/32cr), 2021? BS IT Security, Western Governors University, 2018 BA Psychology, Thomas Edison State University, 2016 AA Sociology, Chaffey College, 2015. View all of my earned credits on my Omni Transcript!
13 C, section V and Vii -- those conflict the language of fine print under 30-day risk-free guarantee. The fine print specifically reads "30 day money-back." "Money-back" = "refund", doesn't it? Nothing in the T&C's outlines what is covered and what is not under "30-day risk-free money back guarantee". I reviewed the screenshots of my initial registration again today, and it says "30 days money back guarantee: cancel any time during 30 days with no strings attached." (12-10-2018, 07:06 PM) bjcheung77 Wrote: Amazing, their customer service has gone above and beyond their "call of duty" and did this for you, the refund is interesting. They're the best option for Upper-Level credits if you're going to be doing a degree from the Big 3. Yes, I am very grateful for the resolution that customer service provided. I initially emailed them to ask if credit earned during those 30-days of "risk-free guarantee" would remain on my transcript if I cancelled my membership. To that I received a response that if I'd taken a proctored exam, I wasn't eligible for that guarantee because it was only for "people who were dissatisfied." I asked them why taking an exam would automatically mean that I was satisfied if I'd never taken one before. Customer service chose to issue a refund, I never pushed for it, and didn't I "con" my way for it, as someone has mentioned here. (12-10-2018, 07:06 PM) bjcheung77 Wrote: what provider are you going to use now? They're the best option for Upper-Level credits if you're going to be doing a degree from the Big 3. (12-10-2018, 08:23 PM) jsd Wrote: I don't think they should let you take the proctored exam without making it explicit that you're ending the free trial at that point. There should be something somewhere that says "once you take a proctored final exam, no refunds are allowed." You shouldn't be allowed to get credit without paying for it. This was my main issue with the whole thing -- them not having any written policy/terms on what is not covered under the 30 day money-back guarantee, or when it doesn't apply. (12-10-2018, 08:23 PM) jsd Wrote: but i also agree that asking to cancel after getting credit is kind of out of line and they went above and beyond when they didn't need to by refunding it. I can legally cancel anything at any time, unless I'm under a contractual obligation not to do so until certain requirements are met. In this case, as I've mentioned multiple times, I didn't ask them for a refund! I only asked if my earned credit would stay on my transcript if I canceled my membership before the first 30 days were up. It was a "money-back guarantee" with "no strings attached." And yes, I insist that it was not "well-known" to me (like someone has said above) that once I took the proctored exam, that had to stay on my transcript and that would end my eligibility for "money-back guarantee." SNEAK PEEK: Whole Foods Market. JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Friday Whole Foods Market opened its doors in Jackson for food fanatics to get a sneak peek of what the high end market will feature. From organic recipes and baking substitutes to protein powered fruits and vegetables, Whole Foods Market offers a unique variety, sure to please the taste buds of all its customers. You are one of the first people to get a glimpse inside the more than 34 thousand square foot market that features one of a kind natural and organic goods, it's actually the leader in the industry. "I'm excited it's in Jackson and I look forward to Tuesday when it opens up so I can come shopping." Marketing Team Leader Kevin Coogan says from organic salad bars to natural body care and fresh baked goods. the Whole Foods commitment is not only to partner with local vendors, but to offer a unique grocery experience with foods in the purest state.
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