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I recently enrolled in a Jeemara course and noticed that the training sessions are being recorded. However, I'm uncomfortable with the idea of my voice being recorded and potentially uploaded to YouTube. I would prefer not to have my translations recorded or shared publicly.

Could you please advise on how I can ensure my privacy during the course? Thank you.

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We understand your concerns regarding the recording of participants' voices and lesson corrections during our training sessions, especially if shared on platforms like YouTube. We prioritize your privacy, which is why we always seek consent before recording participant contributions.

Basically, even if you do not talk in a session, you will need to unroll from any training activity that is recorded. This is the safest for you.

To accommodate your preferences, you have the option to enroll in a one-on-one course, where recordings can be avoided entirely. However, please note that this personalized service incurs additional costs, ranging from US$15 to US$30 per lesson, depending on the level of customization required.

For written translation comments, there is a fee of US$15 per 200 words, while audiovisual meetings without recording cost US$30 per session. It's important to mention that any contributions made by participants go towards covering the operational expenses of our website, with no profit involved.

We hope this provides clarity on the available options and pricing. Please let us know how you'd like to proceed, and we'll be happy to assist you further.