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How we make money

At finder.com, we’re committed to providing our readers with countless comparisons to make better decisions — whether to save money, get better rewards or simply learn something new.

We’re also committed to transparency. That includes transparency on how we make money.

We make money in two ways:

  • When you click a link on finder.com that leads to a third-party product or service.
  • When partners buy banners or other advertising on our site.

This does not mean that we receive compensation every time you click a link or apply for a product or service.

The compensation we receive from partners helps us maintain and expand the content we can provide to our readers. It also helps us support our staff and stay current on changing news and information.

This compensation may affect how we order, position or place product information on our site, but it does not influence how we talk about or review those products or services. Our comparison results, editorial content and reviews are based on our objective analysis of the brands, products and services we write about.

We stand by editorial principles that ensure our information is fair, accurate and trustworthy. And while we may have our own opinions, we do not endorse any one product, provider or service over another. Nor do we claim to cover every possible option out there.

Everything we do is with our readers in mind. Thank you for trusting our site for information and clicking links to products and services you’re interested in.

Read Finder’s editorial guidelines

Our credit card partners

We partner with credit card products and providers that include:

Amalgamated Bank of Chicago
American Express
Applied Bank
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico
Bank of Missouri
Barclays Bank Delaware
Brex
Capital Bank N.A.
Celtic Bank
Charity Charge
Colony Brand credit cards
Credit One Bank
Deserve
Fingerhut
First Century Bank
First Progress
Green Dot Bank
Horizon Card Services
HSBC
Luxury Card
Pentagon Federal Credit Union
Petal
OneUnited Bank
QuinStreet
Synovus Bank
TD Bank
Unique Card Services
U.S. Bank

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