Compare Bank Products Online
All of us have a bank account for sure. This is where our hard earned salary is credited. If you are a businessman, this is where all your income is received. If you earn a comfortable salary, banks will be ready to offer you Personal loans, Car Loans, Credit Cards, Home Loans (Mortgages), Overdrafts, Business loans and many other products.
But keep in mind all the banks are not created equal! Different banks and finance companies in UAE have different products with different features. Some have good features and are good for you while others have no so good features and other hidden charges. There are more than 75 Banks and Finance companies in UAE.
Most of us who work long hours may not have time to compare various banking products such as Personal Loans, Credit Cards, Mortgages and so on. But most of us do not understand the hidden features, the advantages and disadvantages of these products. I was a banker myself; even I could not understand various clauses and features of the loans or credit cards myself. What about a non-banker?
However, do not worry help is at hand.
Price comparison sites have been mushrooming in UAE which help the customers compare various financial products and recommend you the best product suitable for your profile.
Below is the list of banking products comparison sites in UAE.
I have tried my best to include only the best and I have left out the ones I have not experienced or those that did not match my criteria.
Site Name Website
Bayzat Compare Now
Compare it 4 me Compare Now
Money Camel Compare Now
Money Mall Compare Now
Money Shop Compare Now
Souq Al Mal Compare Now
What products do these sites compare?
- Credit Cards
- Personal Loans
- Car Loans
- Mortgages – Home Loans
- Health Insurance
- Car Insurance
- Savings Account
- Current Account
- Time Deposits
What do these site get when they compare banking products?
- You go on to the site and compare products.
- You find a suitable product that interests you.
- You show interest and submit your details to the site.
- The portal then sends your details to the bank for assessment.
- When the bank approves your Personal Loan, Credit Card or any other product, the site earns a commission.