Your Course And Guarantee Sound Too Good To Be True. How Do I Know This Isn’t A Scam?

I offer people who are getting ready for standardized tests a different solution for test prep. I also offer a 60-day, no-questions-asked, 100% satisfaction guarantee, which is the strongest guarantee I know of in this field. Because of that, I understand when people are a little skeptical about signing up. People even frequently ask me if I’m running some kind of scam.

I would say that the single best reason you can be sure this isn’t a scam is that I use Paypal to process my payments. Paypal takes great measures to protect people who use it, and one of those measures is the chargeback process. If you complete a payment through Paypal (with any vendor, not just me) and you feel that you were deceived, all you have to do is contact Paypal customer service and let them know. Unless the vendor can prove that he followed through on his end of the deal, Paypal will take the money out of the vendor’s account and give it right back to you.

In other words, you can’t lose.

Now, that’s the answer that assumes you don’t trust me. But another great reason that this isn’t a scam is that I have to be able to sleep at night. If you decide to work with me, I want to be sure that you like the result. That’s just one more reason I offer my 60-day, full refund guarantee, and why my guarantee doesn’t have any fine print.

Like I said, I think it’s reasonable for you to be skeptical when dealing with a company that takes a somewhat different approach. Hell, the reason I developed my own test prep methods was that I was skeptical of traditional test prep–in fact, I’m so skeptical of everything around me that it gets tiring sometimes. So believe me, I get why people would be skeptical of me. That’s one of the reasons I go to such lengths to explain myself before you sign up to work with me, and it’s one of the reasons why I offer my guarantee in the first place.

But now that you’ve heard my side of things, I hope you won’t mind if I point something out. Traditional test prep companies don’t use real test questions so you can be sure that what you’re learning applies to the real test. Their guarantees are full of fine print that makes them almost impossible to exercise, and even then many companies only guarantee that you can re-take the course you didn’t like in the first place. If you ask most former students of traditional testing centers whether they’re satisfied with their results, you’ll get an answer in the negative.

Maybe it’s not a bad idea to be a bit more skeptical of traditional test prep as well? Just sayin’.