FTC Launches its New Financial Educators Site where Everything is FREE!

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I did a presentation this week about your site and educational tools at the Michigan Credit Union League's Financial Education Council. Folks appreciate the simple, understandable way you are presenting consumer information. Thank you!
Kathryn Greiner
Director of Credit Education

I want privacy act. for my social plugin

On my site i dont have a site ...dont know ...dont want one i just want my life back and they are stealing more and taking more and more of me i keep writting sending ..doesent help it gets all redirected back to me ...huh this site that sight secure ...Irs any of it nope nope nope none ....no help no answers from any1........oh 1 from microsoft but that i did not have enough information to retrieve my own account!! Go figure robbed and victimized over and over

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