Free Money Finance – Final Four

By glblguy

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March Madness over at Free Money Finance is almost over and fortunately I am in the final four!! Thanks to all of you that have taken the time to vote for my article, I really apprecite it.

Once again, I need your votes. Since I’m in the final four, a $100 donoation will be donated to the American Diabetes Association, but if I make the final 2 or win the contest all together, up to $500.00 will be donated! I chose the American Diabetes Association for my 9 year old son who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in November of 2006.

There has been a little confusion on how to vote, so here’s how:

  1. Navigate over to the final four article.
  2. Spend a few minutes reading the articles in the final four contest
  3. Scroll to the bottom where it says “Post a comment”
  4. To vote for my article, add a comment that says “Game 1: Appreciate”
  5. Then add “Game 2: ” and add the name of the article you liked, either Learned or Disgrace
  6. Make sure you vote for both Game 1 and Game 2 so that every one gets a fair vote.
  7. Don’t worry, FMF won’t use your email to SPAM you or anything, he’s a great guy. You can just put your first name too if you would like.

The winners of Game 1 and Game 2 will compete against each other next week for the big donation of $500.00.

Thanks again, my son and I really appreciate the votes and support! He’s very excited about the money being donated.

4 Responses (including trackbacks) to “Free Money Finance – Final Four”

  1. Neal Frankle Says:

    You’ve got my vote!

  2. Shaun Connell Says:

    No, no! Vote for me! Vote for me! ;-)

  3. Dr. Charles Martin Says:

    Best of luck! You’re working on behalf of a terrific cause. Anything to help people who are living with diabetes improve their quality of life. We write extensively about related issues, especially the interactions between blood sugar control and gum disease that can increase major health risks, at

    – Charles Martin, DDS
    Founder, Dentistry For Diabetics