Got Financial Questions? Ask The M-Network!

Today is the start of a new feature from all of us at the M-Network which is called “Ask The M-Network“. This new feature will allow (and encourage, hopefully) our readers to submit personal finance questions to any of the M-Network members using our contact forms. (Here is my contact form) Your question will be answered by several M-Network members behind the scenes and then published within a few days as a post on the blog where you submitted the question. So you ask a question via my contact form, I talk it over with the other members, and I post the answer here a few days later…Pretty cool, right?

Here are a few important points about the “Ask The M-Network“ program:

  • Our answers are opinions not professional financial advice ““ Please remember that we are personal finance bloggers and not finance professionals. Our answers should not be considered professional advice and we assume no responsibility of any kind. Please consult a certified financial expert as needed.
  • Not all questions will be answered ““ We will only answer selected questions. If your question is answered, you’ll also be notified via email with a link to our responses.
  • Questions will be answered publicly ““ The questions and answers are considered property of the M-Network. Once published, you cannot ask us to remove the question. Please note, we retain the right to reuse the questions and answers any way we choose.
  • Your identity is safe ““ Please note that we will not publish your full name or email; we will refer to you by your first name or any name that you give us.

There is a banner over to the right that will be on every page of My Two Dollars that you can click on at any time to be brought back to this post with the details. I hope you guys take advantage and ask away, and I will do my best to take care of all of your questions. Here is my contact form for when you have a question. I look forward to hearing from you!

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  1. melissa says:

    I was totaly riped off by Directv. I use my debit card back in FEB. to help my mom out, and paid her bill. She has recently lost her job and fell behind on her bills.
    Directv took $265.00 out of my checking acount for her bill. When i called i was toled that it’s in there contrack that thay could take the money out of what ever acount that was last use. My name is not on a contract with them. I maid a complant with my bank, but it could take up to 45 day’s to fined out what is going on. My checking acount is now over drafted $400.00, and there is no light at the end of the tunnel. I make $7.75 hr, and the only one working in my home. This has kompletely devistated me. What should I du???