Mr Message Man

FTC Disclosure

FTC disclosures and affiliate information

The owners and editors of reserves the right to leverage affiliate programs to generate income for the purpose of keeping the lights on.

Mr. Message Man does NOT take money in order to review a product, run a promotion, or conduct a giveaway.  When possible we even send back the free samples we receive. Ultimately we want to remain as unbiased as possible, and simply share our opinions, but we know there’s an opportunity to leverage affiliate programs to generate income.

What’s an affiliate program?
Retailers leverage affiliate programs to pay websites, like Mr, Message Man, if their visitors leverage the banners or links on the website and then purchases a product. Through the banners and links the retailer is about to track the clicks and then appropriately distribute the commissions.

Our affiliate programs include:, CJ, LinkShare and ShareASale.  Brands are constantly dropping in and out of different affiliate programs, so a full list would be almost impossible, but here’s a few brands we have some kind affiliate relationship with: Amazon, Bonobos, Groupon, Key|Smart, Pure Formulas, Republic Wireless, Target… the list goes on and on.  Our relationship with these brands does not influence what goes up on our site and we will not hesistate to give poor reviews to the companies and brands we have an affiliate relationship with us.

Our ultimate goal is to help you save time and money so the last thing we’re going to do is push a bunch of companies and products that we can make gobs or money from just for the sake of making money. Believe us, we turn away partnerships on a daily basis simply because they don’t align with our overall objectives. However, you can make the assumption that if there’s a link that takes you to a retailers website we probably have an affiliate connection with them.

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