Who is finder.com?



Our goal is to make sure you find what you’re looking for, whether that’s saving money, getting more rewards or just learning something.



We want to give you the most we possibly can. That means more quality products from more providers in a larger variety of categories.



We want you to leave finder.com better than before. Everything we do is so that you can make an educated decision that improves your situation.

Why choose finder.com?

finder.com.au Australia’s #1 Comparison Site has launched in the UK as finder.com/uk. We will be launching new product comparison categories each month starting with international money transfers, TV streaming and shopping deals.

You can expect the same level of service we provide our users in Australia with comprehensive guides and meticulously thought-out comparisons that are written to help you compare products and save you money.

We offer much more than just tables with products listed on them. Here’s a snapshot of the kind of customer service and features our users can expect:

  • Onsite comments: finder.com averages over 1000 user comments each month across the world wide network sites. Answering those questions is one of our team’s top priorities.
  • Dedicated team: we have a tireless team working behind the scenes to keep our content up-to-date and relevant for you. Our content is constantly being reviewed, revamped and renewed.
  • Phone service: you can ring up and be put through to one of our money experts in our Sydney office who will field your questions.
  • Exclusive deals: our client services team make sure that we list as many products from as many providers as we can. On top of that, we’ve haggled on your behalf to get deals that you won’t see elsewhere.

Best of all, finder.com is completely free to use. We’re not a bank or insurer, nor are we owned by one, and we are not a product issuer or a credit provider. We’re not affiliated with any one institution or outlet, so it’s genuine advice from a team of experts who care about helping you find better.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Someone has to foot the bill, but it’s not our customers.When you click through to or apply with a financial institution, broker or retailer from our website, that provider will pay us a small referral fee for sending you to there. We don’t mark up the products just for listing them on our website, and we don’t get ongoing or trailing commissions.We also sell some ad spaces on our sites, although we try to limit those so you don’t feel too cluttered.
There are hundreds of banks, lenders and credit unions in The UK – it would impossible to track down each and every one of them. Some are so small that they don’t have an online presence or wouldn’t be able to handle the users we send to their small website. Add to this the fact that some providers are very specialised and only small groups within The UK can even apply through them. finder.com tries its best to list as many providers as we can to give you a comprehensive comparison, but unfortunately it’s not possible to list them all. If you feel that there is a provider we should list on the website but don’t see it, please email katrine@finder.com and we’ll do our best to make that happen for you.

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4 Responses

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    StephenMarch 18, 2017

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

    • Staff
      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.


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    RendellMarch 9, 2017

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

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      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.