Not too long ago, the FTC passed a rule where people who blog and receive compensation must disclose the fact that they get paid.
I get paid.
I get paid in a number of different ways, from a number of different companies.
And most of the time, it is related directly to this mortgage commentator project.
Certainly if you have any questions related to this topic, please feel free to contact me and I will get in touch with you.
PS – Now for something that sounds way more official than the simple explanation above that was written by a lawyer, just in case:
This policy is valid from 03 May 2010
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