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Have a question or just want to say “hi”?

Our contact page has information on all the different ways you can contact us. Including, a contact form to send us an email and links to Oddball Wealth’s social media pages.

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Feel free to send us an email and connect with us on social media!

We try to respond to all emails we receive in a timely fashion. However, because of the large volume of emails we receive on a daily basis, it’s much quicker and easier for us to receive your messages and respond to you through social media.

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Our Readers are very important to us and we want to hear from you! Whether it’s a question you have or suggestions you have for us. 

We’d love to hear any feedback about you might have. We’re always trying to improve the usability and website navigation of Oddball Wealth, so you can easily find the information and content you came here for. 

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We would absolutely love to hear from you about any experience you have on the topics of making money, investing, marketing, entrepreneurship, freelancing, blogging, or whatever else – we would love for you to share your experience with us!

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