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I Just Donated 10,000 Diapers in Honor of the Debt Settlement Industry

Every month I donate money to help others as the result of your support of this site by tolerating those annoying ads. The reality is that because of all those obnoxious ads, revenue is generated and I then use some of that revenue to help others.

Take a look at all the people we’ve helped previously through Kiva, click here. Or some of the thank you notes from teachers as a result of our helping to fund financial literacy programs in schools.

This month I decided to make a donation that was appropriate to the immediate times. I made a donation of 10,000 diapers to a baby program to help families struggling in these lean times. Did you know that you can buy all the junk food you want with food stamps, but not diapers? Without access to affordable diapers parents leave their infants in dirty diapers far longer than is healthy.

When I heard about this baby program that needed diapers to help local families it seems like such a symbiotic donation. After all, here I am writing about all the issues surrounding the debt settlement industry these days and they are so deep on the shit list with the FTC and Senate investigators that it just seemed to be a perfect fit. Debt settlement and diapers, like a hand and glove.

I Just Donated 10,000 Diapers in Honor of the Debt Settlement Industry
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Steve Rhode is the Get Out of Debt Guy and has been helping good people with bad debt problems since 1994. You can learn more about Steve, here.

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