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New Facebook Fan Page Replaces My Big Mistake Last One

For quite some time I had a Facebook fan page linked to the site. But when I created it I really screwed up the page name and typed in this long description, not knowing that’s what the page name would become. My fault. Totally my fault.

After trying very unsuccessfully to get some sort of help from Facebook to either transfer my 458 friends from the old page to the new one, or rename the old page, I gave up. Is there a secret to Facebook tech support? Is there any?

So I finally just tossed in the towel and created a new Facebook page for the site. The page can be found here.

If you Like that page you’ll be able to see the latest feeds from the site plus I promise to post more pictures and updates there from my travels. It’s a good way to stay connected with me.

So please accept my apologies for my technical brain fart the first time around and take a moment to “like” the new and improved Get Out of Debt Guy fan page.


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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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