Money Talks, So Should You

Dimespring Community Standards

 

Everyone is welcome to share their point of view on DimeSpring content, regardless of their identity, politics, ideology, religion or subject matter expertise, by commenting on content contributions. We encourage our readers to participate on DimeSpring by:

  • Reading articles and user-contributions
  • Watching videos on the latest financial news and basics of money management
  • Commenting on the articles and user-contributions to share your point of view, showing your support of or rebutting the contributor’s point of view.
  • Posting links in your comment threads that are relevant to the article and contribution topics
  • Being respectful and supportive of the contributors and others commenting on content.

On DimeSpring comments must be published with a reader’s name (can be an alias or pseudonym) and a valid email address, or readers can comment using their Facebook account credentials.

To help maintain a positive community experience on DimeSpring, readers have the ability to flag comments they deem inappropriate. Flagged comments (and its context) are reviewed by DimeSpring staff and appropriate action will be taken, which may include deletion of the comment. Deletion of comments will be at the discretion of DimeSpring and the decision to delete a comment will not be debated.

Inappropriate comments that will not be tolerated on DimeSpring include, but are not limited to:

  • Comments containing swear words or coarse language
  • Comments found to be hostile, violent or threatening
  • Comments that are obscene, profane or sexually explicit
  • Comments that are libelous, slanderous, defamatory
  • Comments that make others readers feel unwelcome by using racial, ethnic, gender or sexual slurs and/or stereotypes
  • Comments used as a personal attack on other contributors or readers, especially when a commenter disagrees with an opinion or different point of view. Commenters must be civil and respectful when expressing their disagreement of others’ contributions or comments
  • Comments that violate the privacy of others
  • Comments that impersonate another person or make any other false representation
  • Comments used for commercial purposes, including but not limited to the promotion of any specific goods or services

DimeSpring firmly believes that everyone should be empowered with the opportunity to express their ideas and opinions and our hope is to have a spirited, diverse and helpful community. To that end, any person found to be in violation of our Community Guidelines or Terms of Use could be banned from future participation on the site.

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to our readers’ most common content questions, or contact us if you have unanswered questions about the site.

What is Dimespring?

Dimespring is an interactive community for people seeking actionable financial advice. Fueled by discussions and content that inspire action, engaging visuals such as infographics, and tools that activate positive financial change, Dimespring educates, entertains and helps you make better-informed personal finance decisions.


Story Behind the Name

Later in life, John D. Rockefeller began distributing dimes to children and young adults he encountered along with a lesson — to create a fortune, work hard and save money. The dimes allowed him to establish a basis of conversation and rapport.

In the same vein, Dimespring facilitates conversation of personal finance. We seek to offer a foundation for friendly, but spirited discussions leading to personal financial growth, springing forth from a beginning as humble as a dime.