Credit Card Compare Relaunches Website

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CreditCardCompare.com.au have relaunched their website after listening to feedback from its visitors earlier in the year.

The new look homepage of Credit Card Compare.

"This is more than just a face lift. There’s a new highly-tuned credit card filtering tool to help people sort through the credit cards and find the one that offers the best mix of benefits, rates and fees for their needs.

CreditCardCompare.com.au have just launched the latest version of its website after listening to feedback from its visitors. There’s considerably improved functionality, more choice and freely available data for people to review before they apply for a new credit card.

Founder and Director of CreditCardCompare.com.au David Boyd says, "This is more than just a face lift. We’re certain that we've improved the website. There’s a new highly-tuned credit card filtering tool to help people compare credit cards and find the one that offers the best mix of benefits, rates and fees for their needs."

Not only is there a more sophisticated way to sort through credit cards but its easy to use and there’s more credit cards and debit cards to compare. There are nearly 100 credit cards available for review. Credit Card Compare has truly become the best one-stop credit card comparison site for the Australian market. Another helpful feature is the Live Stats to show people average interest rates, balance transfers and annual fees - all helpful to know when applying for a card.

The new website makes it easier and faster for people to switch credit cards in order to save money or simply optimise their plastic by upgrading to a better performing card. For example, the average person in Australia is carrying roughly $3,000 in credit card debt. If that person has an average credit card with an interest rate of 17 to 18%, they could slash $438 off their total repayments over a year simply by doing a balance transfer to a credit card with a rate of 2.9%.

One of the things that Credit Card Compare are keen to explain is that these changes are a direct response to the requests that our visitors. “We knew that our old website was not giving people the stellar experience that they expected. We listened to what people told us about when we invited them to give us feedback on what they wanted to see changed. Its taken longer to roll out the new site but its been worth the wait. ” said David Boyd.

The new Credit Card Compare continues to offer general advice on the Credit Letter Blog. Sharing credit card offers, insights and blog posts with friends has never been easier with social links to Credit Card Compare on Facebook and Twitter available on every page.

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