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I'm sorry if I offended someone on this board with something I posted yesterday. I posted a message about a way of reducing cc debt through drastically cutting grocery expenses but yet getting brand name products for generic prices.

Apparantly, someone thought I was shilling for the site and took offense because I included a link but I DO NOT have ANY affiliation with them nor do I receive a nickel for recommending or referring them. I just thought that it was a neat site cuz it actually saved me enough money without have to do anything drastic to my life style. Anyways to make a long story short someone tattled to the Fool and all my posts were pulled that day (which the majority of them didn't even have to do with anything about that site!)


I still think the best way to go to get put debt fast is to cut down your expenses and applying that to your payments but it doesn't have to be painful or as drastic as some people. Take it from someone who made some dumb mistakes with his card and payed for it but is now free from that crushing feeling that out of control cc debt brings.


This post is running a tad long so I apologize again to anyone I offended and I too would not like to see the message boards degenerate into people shillng sites for their own agenda. For now on, I'll just keep my money saving tips to myself.
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