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About Us

 

MyMoneyComparison was founded by partners Michael Harrington and Peter Fishwick and launched in January 2017.

Our web service helps consumers compare a wide range of products and services to enable them to make more informed decisions based on their personal circumstances and budget.

Since our launch, MyMoneyComparison has gone from strength to strength and we have expanded our product portfolio and now work with multiple partners in providing comparison services.

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Strives to offer the lowest prices on our product portfolio with the support from our partners

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Grow our Product portfolio

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Work with our partners to enrich the information on our site to enable consumers to make informed purchase decisions on products and services

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Enable consumers to save compared to competitor services and products.

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Provide a user friendly and positive consumer experience

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Become a leading brand for Comparison products and services

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