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"saveourhome2day.com", I would like to know if this is a legitimate company, they are based inDebary, Florida.

"saveourhome2day.com", I would like to know if this is a legitimate company, they are based inDebary, Florida.

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I wouldn't risk it. This is how they get people is with these commercials. you don't have to be honest to adv on TV.

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