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You may be asking yourself, "Is National CPR Foundation legit?" Imagine a theoretical company which says you will be given a card stating you are a Massage Therapist by answering 10 questions anyone can answer about massage therapy - now apply that to CPR and you have the business model for the National CPR Foundation. The company uses misleading wording to trick the buyer into thinking that they are buying something that adheres to American Heart Association standards, despite the American Heart Association not endorsing or accrediting any online CPR courses. Many employers and agencies will not accept this certification because it is not an accredited course, and does not meet AHA or OSHA standards. Upon trying to request a refund, the company will have you jump through hoops to receive one, including getting a typed, signed letter from your employer, and then having to mail back the card which the company states is a "gift" according to their Terms of Service. My best advice would be to stay away from this company and others like it.
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