I'm wondering if there's a "Prepositional Attorney" who has to review this kind of language. "Well, you can say 'with' and you can say 'from' but if you say 'off' you that's tricky. Can you say, 'We make money. And you make money... too, except we make more than you because we're a profit-making venture and you're just a customer. We make money ON you. In fact, we're banking on you to give us more of your money. Because we're a bank. Ally Bank.' Yeah...that's it!