Founder and CEO
Daniel Wesley is a Florida-based entrepreneur whose degree is in nuclear medicine. His work has been featured in many distinguished publications, including
Entrepreneur and Time magazine. He is currently the chief evangelist at Quote.com and writes for both Credit Loan and debtconsolidation.com.
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