December 28, 2007, 7:00 am

Thrifty Scot Loan Review

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Reviews
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Further on to one of my latest Financial Ramblings, we have been contacted by Thrifty Scot Loan to write a review of their website. In fact, they have three website they asked us to review. As I really care about my readers and I understand that you might get pissed reading three reviews in a row (I would!) I will start with their first website offering loans and unsecured loans. Thrifty Scot Loan qualify themselves as “The no nonsense, plain speaking-money saving advice site. Now let see if they can keep up with their promises 😉

What is Thrifty Scot Loan?

As the same says, they mainly offer several credit facilities such as loans and unsecured loans. The website is divided into 6 categories; credit cards, loans, mortgages, insurance, banking and news. While not being a bank, Thrifty Scot Loan are offering to compare several companies over the above mentioned categories.

What makes you want to visit this site?

Thrifty offer several great features; the first one is that they show comparable charts showing different companies’ rate on a specific product. You can therefore compare several rates at the same time.

The second great feature is their product description for each category. While I do not necessarily agree with all the usage mentioned for the personal loans, I think it could still help individuals to apply for the right product.

The third good point of this website is their informative article spread among all categories. You can get a lot of information from these small articles that are directly related to the section you decided to visit.

Are the resources really helpful?

I sincerely think that the articles and the comparable charts are great added value to a credit-referring-website. Even if their goal is obviously to refer their visitors to financial institutions and ultimately sale financial products, they still make an effort by providing relevant information regarding the world of personal finance.

Thrifty Scot Loans also offer a “no-obligation quote system” through their loans and unsecured loans pages. Unfortunately, since they are based in UK, I could not tried this service. However, I can say that it seems pretty simple and easy to use. It would take about two minutes to complete the required form in order to get an agent contact you for more details.

You can surely find some tips but not taking control of your finance and start planning your future as they claim. I consider this website to be useful for somebody that is already in control of their finance but want to improve their financial knowledge or get a better rate.

Disclaimer: This was a honest but paid review. We did it because we think it is a great financial resource on the Web and our opinion has not been biased. We are now offering to review your website for a highly competitive price. If you wish The Financial Blogger to review your website, please feel free to contact us at thefinancialblogger (at) gmail (dot) com or visit our advertise section.

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