Members Terms & Conditions
1. If you sign up to the monthly subscription plan, you will be allowed 7 days access to all content free of charge. Once these 7 days are over your bank account will automatically be charged a monthly fee of £9.99 thereafter..
You will be charged this fee on the same date each month. For example if you joined on the 12th of June, you would be charged on the 12th of every month thereafter until you contact me to cancel your monthly subscription.
1.1 If you contact me to cancel. I will cancel any further payments. Please note that no payment already made can be refunded, unless you can provide proof that you contacted me before the payment has gone out. (For example a screenshot of an email sent to me including the date it was sent).
2. If you sign up to the yearly subscription plan, you will be allowed 7 days access to all content free of charge. Once these 7 days are over your bank account will automatically be charged a yearly fee of £99 thereafter.. You will be charged once per year thereafter on the same date. For example if you joined on the 12th of June, you would be charged on the 12th of June the following year and every year thereafter until you contact me to cancel your subscription.
3. No refunds will be issued once a payment has been made unless valid proof of contact can be shown (see clause 1.1)
4. You can cancel at ANY time by simply contacting me at email@example.com by stating your member email that you used to sign up to your chosen membership plan. You will NOT receive a refund for any payments already made, but you will receive no further charges.
4.1 After cancelling, you can continue to access the content for the remainder of the allotted time you have already paid for. Once the time has run its course, your account will be terminated automatically.
5. Results can vary and I can in no way guarantee that any of you will make any money playing the guitar following any of my courses.
5.1 I make no guarantee that you will improve on the guitar by following my lessons, but it is rare for an individual to not improve at the guitar when they are practising a lot anyway.