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Money Saving Expert

MoneySavingExpert.com is the UK’s biggest consumer website, with about 15 million users a month. The site’s dedicated to cutting your bills and fighting your corner with journalistic research, cutting-edge tools and a massive community – all focused on finding deals, saving cash and campaigning for financial justice.

The average person in the UK can give themselves the equivalent of a 25% pay rise by being an active, savvy consumer and shifting to the very best deals. This site’s here to show you how. To get started, see the Money Makeover guide.

A brief intro

Founder and Executive Chairman Martin Lewis created MoneySavingExpert in February 2003 for just £100. The site’s ethical stance and consumer revenge approach have made it the UK’s official No. 1 money site. It’s won many awards and is now a constant port of call for consumers and policymakers alike.

In September 2012, the site joined the MoneySupermarket group (see Martin on joining MoneySupermarket). This has boosted the technology resource and secured MSE’s future, meaning even more people will benefit from its unbiased, campaigning stance. Yet the site continues to operate as an entirely independent entity and its stance of ‘putting the consumer first’ is protected by an iron-clad legal Editorial Code.

Honours: The site’s honours include Radio 2’s Most Useful Website of the Year, a Parliamentary Motion commending the site and the Bradford & Bingley Personal Finance Awards New Media winner. The site was also No. 1 for business information in the Hitwise Awards. In 2015 MoneySavingExpert won the Personal Consumer Website of the Year in the Santander Media Awards.

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Some individuals have the terrible experience in taking a loan or few have a good experience. Actually, the important thing is how an individual is prepared for a loan. With no specific priorities, hoping for desired outcomes would be difficult. First decide your requirements and then move ahead. Thank you!

by Keith Jones on Money Saving Expert

Hi everyone, I am bit confuse whether to go for a direct lender or approach a broker. One thing I would like share with you that I do not have enough pounds to heavy fees. Please suggest me the right option that can save me from a complete financial deficiency. Hoping for an early reply...