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The disclosure that follows is designed to ensure FoundationSolvers.com’s full compliance with the Federal Trade Commission’s policy that demands FoundationSolvers.com be transparent about any and all affiliate relations FoundationSolvers.com may have on this website.

You, the visitor or customer, should assume that any and all links on this site are affiliate links. If you click on these links and go visit the resulting site, a cookie will be set in your web browser that will cause us to receive a commission “IF” you purchase a product on the other end. This is a legitimate way to monetize and pay for the operation of web sites.

In addition, FoundationSolvers.com fully disclose that hyperlinks on this site are in some cases shortened, and in some cases cloaked to hide long ugly links for functionality and tracking purposes. FoundationSolvers.com have nothing to hide and FoundationSolvers.com are proud of our relationship with the fine vendors, products and services found on this site. Link tracking, shortening and cloaking is a very common practice on all types of web sites.

Further, FoundationSolvers.com do not receive physical products or cash directly in exchange for any reviews or posts you find on this site. No one has paid us to do reviews or posts. FoundationSolvers.com have to tell you that it is possible that our reviews and posts are influenced by our affiliate relationships and may create a conflict of interest. FoundationSolvers.com do not believe a conflict of interest exists, but you, the visitor or customer, must decide by considering the affiliate relationships and link techniques FoundationSolvers.com have described.

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FoundationSolvers.com strive to always give our honest opinions, beliefs, findings, or experiences on topics or products FoundationSolvers.com write about and promote.

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