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Purchases & Refunds

There are a number of payment options available: • Credit/ Debit Card (facilitated by Stripe) – this is the quickest and easiest option as you can pay through the shopping cart in your Alison Account. • PayPal (if PayPal is operational in your country) – you can also access this payment method through the shopping cart in your Alison Account. • Bank Transfer
We want you to be satisfied, so all eligible courses purchased on WealthyAlley can be refunded within 30 days. For whatever reason, if you are unhappy with a course, you can request a refund.
WealthyAlley’s aim is to create universal standards of education and learning on every subject at every level. Our view is that access to knowledge and skills should be available to everyone regardless of nationality and should be a universal opportunity of empowerment. That’s why WealthyAlley is a non-institutional platform that directly bridges the gap between those with skills and those looking to gain skills.

Making Courses

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Missing mobile purchase
If you purchased a course on iOS or Android, it's possible that the course was not registered to your account. Please email your purchase receipt to
Multiple e-mail accounts
If you use multiple e-mail accounts, or have a Facebook or Google account, try logging in with the associate e-mail addresses.

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