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If I subscribe to the Drawing Academy and I am not satisfied at some point with what I am receiving can I get refunded?
asked by Tom B. on 6/10/18
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Hi Tom, thank you for asking.

1. Before enrolling in the Drawing Academy course, you can subscribe to our free demo. This way, you will get a good understanding of what Drawing Academy course is about and what and how you will receive as a paid student.

2. Our Sales and Refunds policy is described here:

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4. If you have any questions, contact us directly; we do not run customer support on other unrelated sites like this one.

5. Every single email sent to us is answered within 12 hours.

6. We always strive to give complete satisfaction to our clients.

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