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Freedom Finance adds 22 products to digital lending marketplace

Source: Freedom Finance

Freedom Finance, one of the UK’s leading digital lending marketplaces, is delighted to announce the continued development of its platform with more products and providers joining the panel.

Well-known brands like Santander, ASDA Money and Admiral (please see a full list below this press release) have joined or extended their offering on the marketplace and added more personal loans, mortgages, credit cards, auto finance and other lending products.

Freedom Finance already partners with over 100 of the UK’s leading lenders and providers, helping consumers navigate borrowing with its proprietary matching platform. These latest additions further strengthen its offering, giving consumers access to a wide variety of reputable providers and products.

David Hendry, Chief Marketing Officer at Freedom Finance, commented: “At the heart of our offering is the belief that all people in the UK deserve to be able to quickly and easily search for credit products that they know they are eligible for.

“The best way to achieve this is to secure access to the widest possible range of providers and products so that we are able to match all types of consumers with lending solutions to suit their circumstances.

“In difficult times, it is even more important that consumers looking for credit are taking advantage of the technologies that underpin our marketplace. That means shopping around among trusted brands and using soft-search capabilities, so consumers only see products they are eligible for to increase confidence in acceptance and to avoid declines or confusion from an overload of options.”

Recent additions to the Freedom Finance Panel:

• Ratesetter
• Admiral
• ASDA Money
• Santander
• The AA
• Cahoot
• The Post Office
• Bank of Ireland
• Oakbrook
• Finio
• Little Loans
• Zable
• Zopa
• Moneybarn
• Zuto
• Oodle
• Planesaver
• UK Credit
• Sharemyloan
• 1plus1 Loans
• Plata
• Fintern

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