Refund & Resolution Policies
Refunds for professional development programs sponsored by Retirement Risk Advisors must be requested in writing (email will satisfy this requirement). Refund requests received after the cancellation deadline will be reviewed by the Program & Services Chair on a case-by-case basis and full or partial refunds may be issued if circumstances warrant.
Every effort will be made to conduct professional development programs sponsored by Retirement Risk Advisors that have been advertised. In the unlikely event that such a program needs to be cancelled for any reason, Retirement Risk Advisors will notify all registered participants via email, letter or phone of the cancellation and will issue them a full refund. Additional notices of the program cancellation will be made through appropriate means such as Association website, newsletter, or broadcast email.
Complaint Resolution Policy
Retirement Risk Advisors is dedicated to providing the highest quality CPE courses and service. To achieve this goal, Retirement Risk Advisors has implemented a complaint resolution policy to resolve any issues or concerns.
Any complaint should include your name and contact information as well as a detailed description of the complaint and any action you would like us to take to resolve your complaint. All complaints will be reviewed by our Director of CPE, CR Thelin. CR can be reached directly via email at email@example.com.
You can communicate your complaint by phone, fax, email or traditional mail.
Website Support Ticket: www.retirementriskadvisors.com
Phone Number: 855-419-0400
Fax Number: 702-446-4886
Mailing Address: Retirement Risk Advisors
1309 Coffeen Avenue, Suite 3851
Sheridan, WY 82801
I have saved myself millions of dollars planning for retirement based on the principles I teach, and I am NOT promising that if you attend this event you will do the same. Most people will actually do NOTHING with the information that I have proven can secure a person's retirement. I can guarantee you one thing - Planning for retirement doesn’t happen by mistake. You HAVE to KNOW what risks you face, how to evaluate risk versus opportunity, and how to take action on it.