From Brian Dennis over on INE’s Blog

Well after today it looks like a few people are confused as to what the Investment Protection Program (IPP) is designed to do. The IPP is designed to ensure you are covered in the event the product you purchased is ever updated. This is something I’ve always felt strongly about and is why we were the first to offer a protection program. For some reason a few people have made the assumption that the IPP covers you for any new products introduced in the same CCIE track your original product is in. This of course isn’t the case.

Today’s confusion is in regards to the new Audio Bootcamp ($595). A few previous customers who purchased the Audio Technologies Class ($99) wanted to use the IPP to get the new Audio Bootcamp but these are two entirely different products that target different parts of a candidate’s preparation. The only similarity is that they are both for the R&S track and both are audio products but the similarities end there. The old Audio Technologies Class was aligned with the Advanced Technologies Class just like the new Audio Bootcamp is aligned with the 12-Day Bootcamp we offer. You can’t listen to both of these and say the Audio Bootcamp that Scott Morris has done is just an updated version of the Audio Technologies Class that Brian McGahan did.

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