Life Purpose Books Disclosure Statement
My Official Disclosure of all the ads and affiliate links on this site is as follows:
The FTC ruling regarding bloggers pertains to this site in that it contains a blog. So I will clearly state any information that pertains to a disclosure of income sources found throughout my site.
This site is my personal site. It accepts advertising and other forms of compensation. Such compensation does not influence the information in this site. We always give our honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences.
"Ads by Google" are not selected by me, so if you see a Google ad and a Web page about the same product or service, it is a coincidence. I only accept non-Google sponsorships from providers of high-quality goods or services. I appreciate their recognition and support of this site. Rest assured that the actual content on sponsored pages are independent of any sponsorship or affiliate relationship.
To avoid the appearance of any conflict of interest and in the spirit of full disclosure, I identify all sponsored content to you.
Life Purpose Disclosure Explanations
1. All Google ads seen on this site produce revenue.
2. Infolinks, pop-up ads produce revenue.
3. Affiliates links have been added to this website in the form of books and quality products from Amazon.com. They are to produce income.
4. Affiliate links have been added to this website for Christian products, most of which are books. They are to produce income.
5. Testimonies given are on behalf of the free content on this site written by Margaret Lukasik and for the written material sold by Margaret Lukasik. No testimonies are given for any products except for SBI which the author of this website has purchased and has used for a considerable time. All claims have been proven for this product.
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