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Discussion on: πŸ€‘πŸ₯³πŸ˜ŽGoing down the youtube tech guru hole or how you can spot scam artists

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I also feel not good with such courses but on the other hand, there always has enough information to prevent not needed buying. Those courses mostly won't make someone has any problem with keeping alive, they just waste their time. I think in case they should take responsibility. Of course, I think that change the business model would be better: All content could be access, when a user feels those stuff are helpful, pay for it. The problem would be: How many people would pay money in this situation? I have no idea.

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Michael "lampe" Lazarski Author

It is not that I'm against paid content.

It is just that they are not selling education they are selling dreams that can not be fulfilled by the claims they are making.

If they would market the course more reasonable I would have nothing against it.

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