Getting minimal interest rates on credit cards and maximum rates on savings accounts makes good financial sense, but ploughing through bank sites is a tedious task. Fumzup automates the process of finding credit cards, savings accounts and term deposits by letting you specify key features you like using the familiar tag cloud approach, ranking the importance of those features, and then showing relevant products. There seems to be a good selection of major banks and other institutions on offer, and the interface is mostly straightforward, though the process of ranking features could be a little better designed. For a somewhat similar take on choosing real-world goods, check out My Perfect; for a more conventional search of finance products, look at previously mentioned Mozo. Fumzup is free to use, requires registration to save results.
Fumzup Helps Choose Credit Cards And Bank Accounts
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