Awesome Ways to Save on your Home!



We have compiled a few options for you if you're in the mood for saving dollars here and there. Don't ignore these. They may seem insignificant at first but over you can save yourself a lot of money. Be proactive and participate.

1. Save Money On Your TV / Internet Service

You may be able to save hundreds per year on your TV / Internet bundle. The process is simple. Enter your zip code to see the packages available from multiple providers offering services in your area. If you find one you like, you'll be able to start saving almost immediately.

Click Here to See How Much You Can Save

2. Credit Card Debt Relief

Do you have more than $10,000 of credit card debt? If you are struggling to make minimum payments on your credit card debt, you may be able to get relief. Follow this survey to see if you qualify and learn how much you can save.

Click Here to Explore Debt Relief Options

3. Get a Free Cell Phone

Lifeline is a federal program designed to ensure that quality telecommunications services are available to low-income customers at just, reasonable, and affordable rates. Lifeline support reduces eligible low-income consumers' monthly charges for basic telephone service.

See if You Qualify Today!

4. Get Your Mortgage Paid For

Simply enter your date of birth, email and name to see if you eligible to enter the Monthly Mortgage Sweepstakes. Participants are required to be 18 years or older to enter. After completing eligibility requirements you will shown a brief survey to tell us a little bit about your current situation and how we may be of assistance.

Enter For Your Chance!

5. Get A Year of Netflix for FREE!

That's right! Sit back with your popcorn and enjoy a year of your favorite films and shows. (Plus win a 60" Smart TV). No purchase necessary to enter or win.

Get A Year of Netflix for FREE!





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