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Disclosure Policy for Blog Posts and Advertisements
The Federal Trade Commission requires that I disclose any relationship I have between a product manufacturer or service provider when I tell you about a product or service through a direct link or advertisement.
As a result, here are the guidelines I operate under at thecashdad.com
My integrity is the only thing that’s lasting. Because that’s what people remember about someone in the media – or the lack thereof.
“He told the TRUTH about the products he recommends. And if it’s good enough for Chris, it’s good enough for me!”
That’s what I want you to be able to say about me. Fortunately there are companies that make great products that I will gladly tell you about. It’s my pleasure to work with these companies so I can help them transform you into another satisfied customer.
So, if I create a link to a product in a review, sometimes companies pay a commission if you purchase the product or service. If this is the case, I’ll disclose that in the review. I’m not getting paid any commission if you don’t see the disclosure.
If you click a link from one of my columns or newsletters and it delivers you to a website selling that product (e.g. Amazon.com, etc.) – see next point, you can assume I get a small commission from that website should you buy.
thecashdad.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. This is an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.
It’s important for you as a consumer to understand the relationship between a person reviewing the product and the manufacturer or service provider. Because if you don’t see a disclosure policy as part of a review of a product, that reviewer may be violating the laws.