The DancerWealth course is $99. If you subscribe to our newsletters and Twitter we constantly shout out 10% off codes. That brings the total cost down to $89.01. You can take your own notes or you can purchase the workbook in our cafepress store for $19.99 So if pennies are tight, you could do the whole thing in a month for $109, cancel before the monthly charge dings your card again, have your notes to keep forever, and access to all the free areas (blog, YouTube site, iTunes store, newsletters, etc) Or, you can bid on a 1 year membership on Ebay. Currently its up to $1.04
Like any service provider, there are overhead costs that must be passed on to the consumer. The monthly pricing structure is necessary to offset our monthly costs for web hosting, bandwidth, Vbulletin forum license, AMember software, Paypal merchant account, Premium CafePress Store. As much as we'd like to offer our services for free, it's just not possible. The site would go bankrupt.
So we give you a ton of options instead:
1. trial membership for $5.99, a very low risk method of evaluating whether you like our system or not.
2. DWealth membership for $89.01 with coupon code
3. Optional ongoing membership for $19.99 I stress optional because you can cancel at any time or transfer your membership to the next program.
4. Coming Soon: audio based Home Study Course. No pricing on that yet.
The biggest complaint about the previous course was the high initial cost of $299. The second complaint was the lack of updated information. So we lowered the price and created a medium to update the information in real time. I love ya'll, but you are starting to sound like the customer who says, "Oh well....I think you I should only have to pay $2.75 for a dance because...."
Mia...I cannot sympathize, but I do empathize with your getting hired situation. I suggest you go back and read through some of the old posts from a SW member named Tina. She unfortunately has not been active on this site in over a year, and she was a wonderful voice for African American women in this industry.
Which clubs love black girls and which ones don't
Aggravation at Racist Hiring Practices
Tina's Guide to Clubs that offer Advance Bookings and base Pay
Club in Minot looking for girls