This Disclosure Serves to Meet FTC Requirements.


The FTC is the Federal Trade Commission, an agency of the United States federal government. Its primary mission is consumer protection.

As part of its role in protecting consumers from deceptive marketing practices, the FTC requires that affiliate marketers and others using the internet and social media to promote products and brands disclose their financial relationship to the products and brands they mention.


In many of my posts across all social media platforms, I may earn a small commission when followers purchase products through my links.

This doesn’t affect which products or deals are included in the posts. All of the deals I highlight are recommended for their quality, legitimacy and overall reputation regardless of any affiliate relationships.

The commissions I make from these articles allow me to put as much time and energy into the research and vetting side of the deal hunting process. I don’t want to cut corners with the Save with Felix LLC brand.

If I receive products to promote directly from brands, it’s noted in the post itself, though most of the products I promote are purchased. Any brands or products that pay for promotion or advertising on the site is considered “Sponsored.”​​


As an Amazon Associate, Save with Felix LLC may earn commissions from qualifying purchases from Amazon.com. I also partner with sites like ShopYourLikes, ShopherMedia, CactusMedia, SkimLinks, MagicLinks, Sovrn, ShopStyle etc.

My reputation as a place to find quality deals and products to try out is important to me, and that helps me navigate what I recommend to my followers. You can get in touch if you have questions or comments about the mission of Save with Felix LLC.