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re: Do you consider ethical to offer half the course for free but no refunds? VIEW POST

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Creator and consumer of the course enter into a business transaction when they decide to purchase a course. Consumer needs to decide and make decision whether to purchase or not depending on the available information.

There is no point in changing your mind after the transaction has taken place.

PS: I do not have any course now nor will I create in future. If I ever did, it will be for free as everything I learned are due to free courses offered by others.

 

Hi @kalaiarasanpushpanathan,

I agree with this part

Creator and consumer of the course enter into a business transaction when they decide to purchase a course. Consumer needs to decide and make decision whether to purchase or not depending on the available information.

That is why I wanted to offer half the course for free with all the perks.
So that the buyer will know as much as possible about the course and will not feel tricked after paying for the full course.

There is no point in changing your mind after the transaction has taken place.

I think this is hard to say a lot of people may find value in a course but due to marketing and not being able to see more than a few videos you will discover that the author exaggerated what is taught( teaching) in the course.

I am trying to avoid this scenario, by offering what I said above.

Thanks for sharing your opinion on this topic, really helped get some new ideas and new things I should consider.

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