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First of all, I would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused due to the following

issues. I feel your frustrations. Rest assured that I have reported this to the customer support. In the meantime, this is what we can do to the following issues:

1. I am a paid subscriber, why am I redirected to the PLANS tab?

 Steps: Please go back to the MAIN tab then click the tab that you want to view. 

          If it persist, kindly refresh the site and repeat.

2. I hear so many voices when I open this site.

Looks like it came from my videos embedded in the site. I stopped media autoplay settings on all videos but it did not solve the issue as some of you can still hear it. Since I don't have control over your Browser settings from your end, you can resolve this problem by doing the following: 


Steps on how to turn off media auto-play: 

Edge Users:

  1. Open Edge Settings (Found at the upper right side of your screen. Look for 3 vertical/horizontal dots)

  2. Go to Setings then Site Permissions

  3. Select Media autoplay

  4. Control audio or video autoplay. 

  5. Chose your options - Allow, Limit or Block

Chrome Users:

1. Find 3 vertical 3 dots at the upper right side of your browser.

2. Go to settings.

3. Click Privacy and Security then choose Site Settings

4. Scroll down and click Additional Content Settings

5. Click Sounds and click Mute sites that play sounds or add  that you want to mute.

Mozilla Firefox Users:

  1. Go to the web page in which you see video autoplay.

  2. Hit the Autoplay icon in the address bar.

  3. Now, you can see a drop-down list beside Autoplay.

  4. Open that and choose Block Audio and Video option.

That is it. This will stop the autoplay for that site only.

By default, Firefox for Android stops autoplay.

But if you see the video get autoplay, then follow these steps to stop that: tap three vertical dots > Settings > Advanced > Allow autoplay. Select Block autoplay.

Another way to turn the audio off, just follow the instruction below:

  • Click the menu button and select Options.

  • Select the Privacy & Security panel.

  • Scroll down to the Permissions section.

  • Find Autoplay and click the Settings… button.

  • Use the Default for all websites drop-down menu to select how you want Firefox to handle media autoplay for all websites.


This site has 1 pop-up only. Informing all visitors that this site is using cookies. 

In order for the site to work properly, kindly permit to use cookies in your browser. To do this, please follow the steps below: 

  • Click the 3 dots or horizontal line found at the upper right of your browser. Select Options or Settings

  • Select the Privacy & Security panel.

  • Go to Cookies and site data

  • Manage your permissions. Kindly add or allow 

Thank you to all subscribers who have sent their feedbacks. I appreciate it. Again, my sincerest apologies for the inconvenience caused. If you still encounter these problems, please do not hesitate to contact me :) 

Maestra Judy

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