Inexpensive FAX Service Helps Communicate with Government Officials

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In this era of ever growing government influence over our lives it is important that American citizens let elected officials know what they want.

A new web site makes is easy and inexpensive to send a FAX to your elected officials. It is important that ordinary American citizens be able to influence government policies and to be heard over the loud voices of special interests. FaxYourOpinion, on the web at, combines the FAX numbers of our national Representatives and Senators with ease of use, economy, and the ability to write your own message to government officials.

Users of FaxYourOpinion can select the recipients for their messages from a wide array of options. Senators, Representatives, or both from one or more states can be selected. The Congressional Leadership, Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and the House Committee on Financial Services are examples of easy to use groups, as are all Senators, all Representatives, and all members of Congress.

Once a set of recipients is selected FaxYourOpinion users enter their own message directly on-line. In contrast with other, more expensive services the user's message is his own and is not determined by someone else's agenda.

A single page FAX to each recipient costs $0.10, making FaxYourOpinion among the least expensive ways to effectively communicate with elected officials. FaxYourOpinion allows its users to pay for the service through PayPal, a secure and private payment gateway, and as a result no personal information is required from the users of FaxYourOpinion.

FaxYourOpinion is sponsored by Circuit Concepts, Inc., a technology consulting company. The site is built on a solid platform that enables custom pages to be quickly programmed for clients of FaxYourOpinion, providing important support for their political issues through its flexible, affordable technology. FaxYourOpinion can be reached through the contact page at

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