New Company is Source of Advice, Solace to Financially Devastated

Pembroke Pines, FL (PressExposure) May 28, 2009 -- President and founder, Dominic Clarke, says that the free social networking site is set up to lessen the impact of financial crisis during the current recession and beyond.

It is expected that the site will be of help to a lot of people who are the victims of company closings and job loses. “Unemployment causes a lot of stress. Incidents of abuse and suicides are two to three times higher during hardships associated with being out of work.” Clarke draws his figures from a University of Buffalo study, which cites these statistics in their findings.

IAmVeryBroke’s free social network has a list of helpful features that regular users can take advantage of without charge: chat, private messaging, blog posting, story sharing, Feelicons, 5 star rating of advisors and a vent line.

All of the site’s features are free to use and they aim at reducing the stress, anxiety and depression that commonly accompany financial problems. In their place, is offering the chance for hope, comfort and free financial help.

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Contact: Dominic Clarke, President and Founder

About iamverybroke is a social network where you can express your financial challenges while bringing comfort to yourself and others. It is a place to connect and get free help, whether you just need to talk to somebody or want advice about money, addiction, repairing broken friendships, abuse or depression.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 28, 2009 at 3:47 am
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