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FTC affilliate disclosure

…suppose the person works for the company that sells the product – or has been paid by the company to tout the product. Would you want to know that when you’re evaluating the endorser’s glowing recommendation? You bet. That common-sense premise is at the heart of the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Endorsement Guides (pdf). – FTC1)

This wiki strives to present options rather than make recommendations (glowing or otherwise). A link to a product or service is intended to help reader research and not to endorse anything. Individual contributors may endorse/recommend but that should be done in an obviously-personal inclusion in the article.

Still, this is your affiliate disclosure. If you follow a link to a retailer the wiki or its contributors may get a referral fee from the sale. It doesn't change the price to the customer.

And the wiki encourages buying stuff through Bob's site anyhow to help pay for the CRVL forum upkeep.

financial transparency

2017 year to date (nov) referrals: $0.00

meta/disclosure.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/16 04:49 by frater_secessus