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StopBuyingCrap.com is a personal finance blog offering personal finance and consumer tips. You’ll find blog post regarding various subjects on personal finance, and the occasional highlights of stupid products we should all avoid. Surprisingly, this blog has been mentioned in Business Week, Barron’s, the Wall Street Journal, Yahoo Finance, and other major media outlets.

Hey there. My name is Cap, and I’m responsible for most of the content you’ll find on this blog. I’m your Average-Joe-turned-Financial-Nerd (urban legend has it that this happens frequently). My interest are sleeping, eating, and consuming every information related to personal finance.

Besides managing StopBuyingCrap.com in my spare time, I’ve also previously worked as a blog editor at two financial startups: Mint.com (pre-acquisition by Intuit) and BillShrink.com. If you have random questions on blogging, feel free to contact me.

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Disclaimer & Post Policy: This is a personal blog, not financial advice for your specific situation. Any information shared on Stop Buying Crap is provided for informational and entertainment purpose only. As a personal policy, any reviews you read on this site are completely of my own personal opinion and perspective. Though I may receive compensation in the form of commissions for certain posts (e.g., you read a review and decide to try the product out), these commissions will never influence the way the reviews or highlights appear on my blog (evident with the numerous negatives you can find on the blog). As always, I strongly encourage people to seek secondary opinions when they are in doubt. Although I strive to keep any rate and offers mentioned up to date, you should always refer to the organization or company in question for the latest rates and the specific offers' terms and condition.