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    Post a lot of disposable income


    I want to explain to some people that my product is available to everyone even they don't have a lot of money. So they can save their money when buy my product.
    so can I say: "If you donít have a lot of disposable income Ė donít worry."?

    Please explain this to me.

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    Re: a lot of disposable income

    Quote Originally Posted by Masha Zarezko View Post

    I want to explain to some people that my product is available to everyone even they don't have a lot of money. So they can save their money when they buy my product.
    so can I say: "If you donít have a lot of disposable income Ė donít worry."?

    Please explain this to me.
    Strictly from an advertising point-of-view I wouldn't use "worry". Also, I wouldn't mention their income as this is a touchy subject - "You earn a low income, you must be a failure." How about " Anyone can now get this moderately priced gizmo." or, "Our reasonable price lets everyone enjoy our new gizmo."

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