Burntwood, Staffordshire (PRWeb UK) July 11, 2009
The most recent addition to the genre of comparison website is eComparison, which whilst providing all the advantages of its rivals in price comparison, product review and a cashback facility, also includes an onsite listing of voucher codes which can be used in conjunction with the cashback scheme. Open for business in May 2009, eComparison is the first UK site to combine all these benefits in one easy to use format.
The companies listed on http://www.ecomparison.co.uk are too numerous to mention, but it would probably be easier to find a branded company or high street name that is not included on their listings. The cashback incentive offered by various concerns are variable, but competition in individual business sectors is fierce, proving even more beneficial to the purchaser.
An example of current eComparison offers available illustrates this perfectly. The financial sector is often one of the most competitive, whether it is investments, banking, or debt management, and some companies are willing to pay for your business. Legal & General are promoting their range of ISA's by giving £25 cashback on opening balances of £500 or more, if the investment is held for 3 months or over. Alliance & Leicester have a wide range of products ranging from loans to bank accounts aimed at all age groups, and are willing to give up to £25 cashback if your application is successful.
The insurance sector is another fiercely competetive market where the user of eComparison can benefit greatly. For example, Aviva, the insurance group previously known as Norwich Union, will give you a 10% discount for buying car insurance online and a further £26 cashback for an approved application. AIG are another firm vigorously looking for new customers. For online, accepted applications for home and car insurance they are giving £22.50 cashback, but with the proviso that there is a money back guarantee if the insured finds a cheaper quote within 48 hours. Can the consumer lose? It really is like free money.
Surely free money does not exist? It is an antithesis. But on the eComparison website, there is a whole page of companies who will give you money for using their services. The DVD rental firm, Blockbuster, will give £3.75 to each person signing up for a two-week free trial period, and as long as the trial is not ended within 7 days or without requesting a DVD, the money is yours. Requesting 'pay-as-you-go' SIM cards from Orange costs nothing but earns 7p per card as cashback. Possibly, it is not the amount that is important in this case but the principle still remains. As with all potential offers and discounts, there are terms and conditions but these are clearly explained on the eComparison site. Why go anywhere else?