Hello to All Registered Attendees for the April 9th & 10th, 2020 conference:
If you PAID by CREDIT CARD for the April conference — we are working to get you reimbursed in full via the credit card you used to pay your registration. Apparently, Brown Paper Tickets was waiting for each of you to submit a personal refund request. In their communication to us, they had said they would initiate the refunds but they apparently did not. We have now submitted all of the information to them (from the data file they provided to us) and asked Brown Paper Tickets to expedite a refund to you directly to your credit card.
If you paid by check and have not yet received a refund please reach out to us so we can coordinate the refund. We are under the belief that all CHECK payments have been refunded.
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask. We are here (virtually) to answer anything we can help with.
In the meantime, we hope that you have been partaking in the continuing education opportunities that have been posted on this blog. Continue to look for more, as we are alerted to them.
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