This policy is valid from December 15, 2016
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I am not compelled in any way, by any person or organization, to place certain links to certain products, nor do I ever receive or accept direct compensation for reviewing or linking to a product. The products that I link to within the body of the Idiom articles are chosen by me, at my own discretion, and I will only be paid should you make a purchase from Amazon as a result of clicking on one of these links.
I would ask that if you do purchase a product after clicking on a link from this site, that you allow me to collect this small commission, to help support the site’s expenses, and help me make a living. These commissions in no way add to your cost. However, if you wish to purchase a product after clicking on a link, but would prefer that I not receive a commission, you can disable this commission by clearing your browser cache of any Amazon cookies, or by simply clearing all cookies. Remember that clearing all cookies may sometimes sign you out of membership sites. It is usually possible, however, to clear cookies received only from the last hour, or last several hours, or to specifically clear Amazon cookies.
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I have no direct financial relationship, as an employee or consultant, with any company or entity that may advertise on this website, via third party ad networks (Google Adsense), or with any company or entity whose product I may link to.
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