Finding working coupons and deals isn’t easy. It takes a lot of our time to find those, but we still do it so that you and our other visitors can save some money.
Like every other offline or online business, there’s a cost involved in running TheSavingWife too. We need money to pay writers, we need money to rent servers, we need money for development, and we even need money for promotional activities to increase our visibility.
Most businesses are just about making money. TheSavingWife is different. Yes, we do need money to survive and grow, but not at the cost of letting people down by making false claims, using excessive advertising, spamming or phishing. We have never scammed anyone in the past, and we never plan to so in the future, because that’s not who we are. If we had to scam someone, this page wouldn’t have been here in the first place, and we would still continue to be in business. The only reason this page is in place to be as transparent as possible to our readers who are our lifeline and to also comply with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
That being said, rest assured we’ll never scam you or cheat you or promote products which we don’t like. We believe in honesty and work very hard to test and review all the products that we find useful.
As mentioned earlier, there are many costs involved in running TheSavingWife, which we try to make up for by different forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, affiliate links, paid insertions or any other forms of advertising not limited to the ones mentioned previously.
This website contains endorsements for products and services, which means when you click on a link that we recommend, we may receive a commission if you decide to make a purchase. Not every link is an affiliate link, but some are. We may occasionally place banner ads on the site that will also result in a commission. Furthermore, some of the text/image ads throughout the site are from third party advertisers.
For example, we may make money when someone places a banner ad or a sponsored post on our website or may be when our visitors click on an affiliate link and make a purchase. This works the same way as ads in magazines or a commission earned by an estate broker.
We only promote products which we think will be relevant and useful to TheSavingWife readers. We will never recommend a faulty or a crappy product just to make some commission. We do not point out an affiliate link each time we use it, but if you see a link with a /refer/ or /out/ or /recommend/ attribute, you should assume that it is an affiliate link, and we are getting a commission. An example of such a link would be thesavingwife.com/refer/liquidweb or thesavingwife.com/out/liquidweb.
If you find out reviews or suggestions useful, consider using our links while making a purchase. It won’t cost you more, and most likely the special deals that we list would enable you to save some money.
If you have more questions or doubts, feel free to ask them to us. We’re just a click away. Go to our contact us page and reach us using one of the modes of communication mentioned over there.