Find better at finder.com

Compare and save money on your credit card and online shopping purchases

Finder.com is made by the founders of successful Australian comparison website finder.com.au. We are busy behind the scenes building finder.com to expand our comparison and help more people across the world find better deals. We are preparing to launch globally very soon so stay tuned!



At finder.com you will be able to research and compare credit card offers and online shopping coupon codes to help you save money in just a few minutes. The first comparison we have launched on finder.com is our New Zealand credit card comparison service helping New Zealanders compare and save money on their credit cards. We also have information on mortgages, travel insurance, personal loans, money transfers and more.

Stay tuned as we plan to launch many more comparisons to assist you in finding the best deals out there!


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Articles and Guides

How to buy Twitter stock

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April 19th, 2022

Steps to owning and managing TWTR, with 24-hour and historical pricing before you buy.

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Facebook and Twitter tumble: Is now the right time to invest?

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January 15th, 2021

Continued losses throughout the week has given new investors an opportunity to buy the social media stocks at a discount. But think carefully about selling shares that are likely to rebound.

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10 stocks that might be affected by Trump’s new executive order

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May 29th, 2020

Social media sites are in the crosshairs, but news, comments and reviews across the Internet could all be affected.

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Our 10 fave finance bloggers to follow on Twitter

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February 18th, 2020

Get a daily dose of thoughtful money tips, strategies and relatable memes.

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Researchers discover evasive crypto “giveaway” scam on Twitter

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August 07th, 2018

The scam was made up of at least 15,000 bots, used to spread a link to a fake cryptocurrency handout.

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Facebook is now allowing some crypto ads

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June 27th, 2018

Advertisers must seek authentication by providing necessary documents, details and regulatory licenses.

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LinkedIn co-founder suggests social media crypto ads ban is only temporary

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April 23rd, 2018

Twitter, Facebook, Google and Reddit all currently have cryptocurrency and ICO advertising embargoes.

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CFTC warns of crypto pump-and-dump plots

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February 15th, 2018

“Customers should not purchase virtual currencies based on social media tips or sudden price spikes.”

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