Affiliate Disclosure

While browsing our content, you might notice that some of the links found on this website (i.e., are affiliate links. What this means is that we were sufficiently impressed with the products in question that we went through the process of establishing an affiliate relationship with the companies behind them. 

In which case, if you click on the links on this website that are associated with these products or services and purchase them subsequently, we will receive an affiliate commission — at no extra charge to you. We only recommend products or services which we use personally, or which we believe will add substantial value to our audience. We are not in the business of actively soliciting products to be reviewed, nor do we intend to use this website primarily for those purposes. We are disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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If you are interested in supporting the mission behind Math Vault, do know that many of the pruducts and services we recommend can be found here and here. Note, however, that we cannot ensure any item purchased through a link on be shipped on time, packaged properly, or otherwise having all the properties a customer anticipated. Any issue or concern pertaining to individual product purchased through a link on this website should be addressed to the organisation which delivers the product in question.

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