Finder’s fact-checking process: Why you can trust us
Accurate information for better decisions.
At Finder, we’re committed to making sure the information we give you is accurate, up-to-date and trustworthy, so that you can make better financial decisions with confidence.
Keeping the data fresh
We use well-respected data providers to bring you information that’s updated every day across many pages of our site: Moneyfacts for the latest rates and fees data in credit cards, current accounts, mortgages and personal loans, and EODData for share prices and other company information on our investing pages. Other data is checked and updated regularly by our experienced team of researchers. On every table, you can see how often the data in it is refreshed.
Our checking process
Every review and guide we publish is fact-checked through a process that includes:
- Thorough checking by our team of writers to confirm that what we’re saying is accurate.
- Careful editing by experienced sub-editors to reinforce our editorial independence while remaining focused on information that’s clear and easy to understand.
- Regular manual updates of rates and data — including discount codes and deals — to make sure they’re correct and current.
- Regular reviews of our editorial content to confirm it remains thorough, unbiased and relevant with your needs in mind.
While we make every effort to ensure that our information is accurate, we strongly encourage you to confirm the small print on the product, brand or service that you’re interested in before making a decision.
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