Hey Nick… Thanks for getting back to me. Well, as I mentioned previously, I find great value in NACHI so I’m not going to go on and on about this. But I do need to stress that its poor practice to change pricing or make an offer such as this a few days after someone pays for a service. It would be like me charging one day $350 they guy refers me to someone else and I only charge $150 and I throw in thermal imaging. I very much respect that this course has good value however I have to admit that it is a little disheartening to have the price that I paid change literally 6 days later.
I don’t intend to make a federal case out of this however I hope that you can see my point that literally six days after paying $289 I find I could have paid only $129 and not only received the membership but also the course… Jesus basically for both its costing me $418 where a new member who takes that course only pays $129. Basically I’ve wasted $289 and while I recognize its only $289 I could have spent that money more wisely. I certainly appreciate the $100 off next years renewal however that still leaves a huge difference of $189 and more money out of my pocket today.
For the record, I did try to take this up in a more private manner through email but I didn’t get a response.
As for the “whats that worth” I tend to agree. My argument isn’t with spending the money. I freely did that. My argment is that 6 days later the price I paid has been signifigantly reduced and you’re offering more with it. I’m not in a habit of foolishly spending extra money. Let me ask you… If you had the option of paying 289+129 or simiply 129 which one do you think you would pay??? Again, I’m not arguing the value of a NACHI membership and I’m not arguing the value of this seminar… I 100% support both. My dispute is the price difference a mere six days later. In fact while I know this doesnt apply, I have to mention the Canadian Consumer Act would protect the consumer and they would be entitled to a refund or the difference.
Can I ask Nick… Why wouldn’t I cancel my membership and then reapply using the seminars considerably more affordable option?