Peak Potentials RichLifeClub by Hrv Eker - How to Cancel
I attended an excellent seminar put on by Peak Potentials this summer. They sure know how to put on great seminars.
Unfortunately, they are really lacking in other areas of their business.
Like many others, I signed up for RichLifeClub.com, expecting a useful resource for personal and business development. I found nothing of value, and the whole thing is half-baked. Unfortunately, the organization does not practice what it teaches.
To cancel RichLifeClub, visit this link. It probably is not featured prominently on their website (I’m guessing) and I only got this information after a strongly worded email to them (after the first two polite emails were entirely ignored).
I sure hope Peak Potentials gets their act together. I recommend their courses (but you need to armour-plate your defences against intense cult-like marketing). The rest of the organization leaves me cold.
If you know of a personal development company that offers great courses and runs the rest of their business in a customer-friendly way, do please share! Add your comments!
5 April 2007
Months after my initial attempt to cancel Rich Life Club, I received the following email:
Your subscription to RichLifeClub has been canceled [sic]. You were not refunded the 1.00 first month trail charge as I see you did access the site after your sign up date & the 1.00 was your only charge.
If you have any questions you may contact us at your convenience at: 1(801)431-0001 between 9am & 6pm mountain time.
Thank you, RichLifeClub
Well, my cancellation went through long ago, and as for not refunding me my dollar, I can afford it. It does show the operators to be stingy and just plain silly. The time spent accessing the site was a waste of my time, and the time taken to cancel a further waste of time. They should be paying me at least $100.oo to compensate!
Anyhow, if you are still having trouble cancelling, you now have a phone number with which to contact them.