More NewsSanta Goes for the Wallet

Santa Goes for the Wallet

Three Santas are dancing their way through the holiday season in an ad that appeared on AOL.com this week. "House Payments Fall Again!" reads the ad for LowerMyBills.com, which promises to match consumers with up to five lenders once they disclose their home value, mortgage balance, ZIP code and other information

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Three Santas are dancing their way through the holiday season in an ad that appeared on AOL.com this week.

“House Payments Fall Again!” reads the ad for LowerMyBills.com, which promises to match consumers with up to five lenders once they disclose their home value, mortgage balance, ZIP code and other information.

Clearly aiming for cash-pinched homeowners during the holiday season, the dancing Santas looked like they’re having a jolly good old time. What about poor Rudolph?

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