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(“Going Rurali” or “we” or “our”), and applies to GoingRural.com, including, without limitation, both mobile and online versions of our web sites and social channels (collectively, referred to herein as the “Site”), and is provided for the purpose of disclosing Going Rural’s financial relationship with affiliates, advertisers, sponsors and other third parties that appear on the Site (collectively, referred to herein as “Affiliates”), pursuant to the Federal Trade Commission’s Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising, 16 C.F.R. Part 255.
This Affiliate Disclosure has been posted on the Site since Going Rural sells and thus receives monetary and other forms of compensation from Affiliates for various advertising, sponsorships, insertion orders, and promotional campaigns that we feature on the Site. Thus, there is a paid connection between each product or service mentioned, reviewed, or recommended on this Site and the Affiliate (i.e., the owner of that third party product or service). If you ultimately decide to purchase a product or service mentioned on the Site, Going Rural may receive additional compensation from that purchase from the Affiliate. Every effort has been made by Going Rural to provide true and accurate statements in regards to any and all products or services mentioned, reviewed or recommended by Going Rural on this Site.
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Our Affiliates include or have included (not a complete list and the parties are subject to change at any time):
- Commission Junction
- PepperJam/Ebay Affiliates
- Amazon Associates
- Share a Sale
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