Which? customers were asked to rate their experience with all of the major comparison sites for five criteria. The results don’t make for great reading for any of the comparison sites.
AOL Money has posted some useful tips on how to get the best out of price comparison sites.
Think back around 5 years, can you remember the feeling of satisfaction that you could search for the best deal on something like car insurance by visiting a single site and not phoning round a number of brokers?
Whether you’re choosing a bank account for the first time or looking to switch to a better account, a new website has launched which aims to help us compare all of the major bank accounts.
Price comparison websites take over £650 million in commission each year from consumers. That’s the finding from a recent YouGov survey undertaken by saveitbuddy.com, which claims to be the UK’s only comparison website that gives cash back on insurance and energy deals.
Google has been testing various financial comparisons in its search results for a while, and today it has rolled out the results of those trials into a single site; Google Advisor.
There was quite a surprise announcement in the financial comparison site industry today with the news that Google has bought BeatThatQuote.com for £37.7m.
Computer magazine PC Pro has highlighted some lax security measures on a couple of popular comparison sites which allows hackers to reveal personal details and the quote history of their visitors.
The Telegraph has been putting 4 comparison websites to the test, finding out if they always save you money compared with going direct.
Data from Hitwise suggests that “financial aggregators” – comparison sites such as Moneysupermarket.com, Confused.com and GoCompare – are most popular with people living in Sunderland.