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Martin Lewis  Update 3/6/2013 he has sold his baby for money  Now a VP? I do not know


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Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert, is an award-winning campaigning TV and radio presenter, newspaper columnist and best-selling author.

An ultra-specialised journalist, focusing on cutting bills without cutting back, he founded in 2003 for £100. It's now the UK's biggest money site, with over 13m monthly users and 7m receiving the Martin's Money Tips email – and he remains its full-time Editor-In-Chief.

He has his own prime-time ITV programme - The Martin Lewis Money Show and is resident expert on Daybreak, Lorraine, This Morning, Radio 5 Consumer Panel and Radio 2 Vine amongst others.

He's often credited as the "big gob in chief" behind campaigns to reclaim Bank Charges, PPI and Council Tax with over 10 million template letters downloaded and many £billions repaid. He's currently loudly campaigning to get financial education in schools.

In 2009 Martin was revealed as the UK's most searched person by the web analysts Hitwise (in 2010, the last time the research was released, he was second to Cheryl Cole). He's been Consumer Journalist of the Year, Citizens Advice Consumer Champion and topped The Grocer's 2011 Retail Power100 list.

Outside the world of money, he was a Celebrity Mastermind champion in 2012, won £150,000 on Celebrity Millionaire (going to CAB), regularly appears in Countdown's Dictionary Corner, averages over 400 points a game at Scrabble and, sadly, similar at golf. Bizarrely, he also had a featuring credit in a top 40 single, I Fought The Lloyds.

Martin is a governor of the London School of Economics and founder and patron of the MSE Charity, which so far has seens £100,000s of grants go to consumer finance education charities.

In 2012, MSE joined the MoneySupermarket group, and Martin used some of the proceeds to set up a £10m charity fund. The first £1m is being donated to Citizens Advice. The rest will be given over the next few years, and Martin primarily aims to focus on his passions for financial education and improving mental health and debt policy.

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