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Our mission is to help UK consumers find better

Millions of people globally trust Finder to help them make better decisions. We can help you, too.

Our mission

We understand that making everyday life decisions such as finding a credit card, buying a home and getting insurance can be daunting.

That’s why we’re here. Our goal is to help you navigate those complex decisions by making them less of a chore (and hopefully less of a bore, too!).

Frank Restuccia and Fred Schebesta, founders of Finder

Dominate your decisions


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Make money

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We’re the UK’s fastest-growing comparison site
This is based on percentage growth of comparable UK sites calculated from SimilarWeb monthly data from June to November 2018. We compare 100s of products, and globally our sites receive more than 8 million visits each month.

Free? What’s the catch?

Finder is free to use, and always will be! We don’t sell your information to marketers, or harass you with annoying phone calls. Plus, we don’t mark up prices or apply additional fees.
We’re on your side!

Finder in numbers

Finder humans are money experts, data nerds, and dog lovers – in addition to being publishers, designers, developers, analysts and content specialists. What brings us all together is our passion for helping people live better lives.

2006

Year Finder was started

175 +

Finder humans

10 +

Countries we live in

20 +

Languages we speak

24,000,000 +

Decisions made on Finder

400 +

Coffees we drink each week

800 +

Beers we drink each week

200,000 +

Words we write each week

Awards

Finder’s Co-Founder, Fred Schebesta, was awarded the following prestigious awards in 2017 by global professional services company, EY (Ernst & Young).

2017 Australian National Winner,
Services Category

2017 Australian National Finalist,
Eastern Region

2017 Australian Regional Finalist,
Eastern Region

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    StephenMarch 18, 2017

    I claim over 10,000 annual but carnt seem to get a credit card why?

    • Avatarfinder Customer Care
      AnndyJuly 31, 2017Staff

      Hi Stephen,

      Thanks for your question.

      Kindly note that generally, you need to meet a set of eligibility criteria to get approved for a credit card.

      Kindly review the eligibility criteria and the terms and conditions of the credit card you are applying for before submitting your application.

      Cheers,
      Anndy

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    RendellMarch 9, 2017

    I am 3 years out of bankruptcy but cannot get a loan for a new car

    • Avatarfinder Customer Care
      AnndyJuly 22, 2017Staff

      Hi Rendell,

      Thanks for getting in touch.

      Kindly note that in the UK, your record on bankruptcy will stay on your credit file for at least six
      years. While some lenders may consider you for a loan, they may impose stricter criteria.

      To avoid more credit enquiries on your file as a result of multiple loan application, it would be best to directly contact the lender first and see if you have a chance of approval given your situation, before submitting your application.

      Cheers,
      Anndy

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