UdemyDownload

FAQ

John Smith
Direct Download Links?

No, DMCA issues! Uploading on cloud storage or any file hosting services will create DMCA issues and soon they’ll get deleted on legal terms right after every single upload, UdemyDownload is not big, we cannot re-upload each and every-time a file gets deleted. Torrent is good, be a good lad! Do not leech, It’s a matter of education, SEED WELL!!!

Seed not Available. Not able to download?

UdemyDownload cannot help you with that! All torrents are well seeded at 100 ratios, sometimes more… #TIP – Subscribe to the push notification, be a subscriber and get yourself early notified on newly posted courses. Grab em fast before they loose the seed-box! That’s all.

Do you read contact us messages?

Yes, we do… Each and every message! Better keep your requests away! Suggestion are always welcome!

Course Request?

Course requests on email or contact us page are always overlooked by Team! And we release some cool courses almost everyday.
Note: Do not request course below 2000 student enrolled.

When will my requested course be posted on UdemyDownload?

We look at the bulk requests and Rip courses accordingly, the higher number of times a single course is being requested by too many UdemyDownload users, that course will get posted first, so request for once and leave, let others also request the same course. If you keep requesting the same course over and over again or after a period of time on any request page, then seriously, we won’t be able to consider that single course, because it’s a stubborn behavior, we cannot be unjust with other UdemyDownload users. We hope you understand.

Course Posting Frequency?

We all friends are colleagues and we too have our own day to day daily life to live and struggle, there is no specific time or day of course posting…. Sometimes we bulk Rip and leave it to the B0t and sometimes we just live our personal lives. We’re human, we cannot SiteRip Udemy and just take a world tour! Let Udemy platform and their valuable instructors take the ride for you, let em earn some good amount of money out of their course.

Why don’t you post newly available courses on Udemy?

We are not pirate and the instructor of any course is given their time and make their course for the living and earning and we respect every instructor. So let them earn first