Money at 30: SuperMoney Review

What is SuperMoney?

SuperMoney is an aggregator site that allows you to compare multiple companies and products in one place. For example, say you were looking for a HELOC (home equity line of credit) but didn’t know where to start — SuperMoney will first present you with a table featuring various companies as well what size loan amounts they offer, their APR range, and other details. From there, you can also dive deeper by clicking the name of the company from within the table. Doing this will take you to a page of FAQs and other details, hopefully telling you everything you need to know about the products available.

The Good and Bad of SuperMoney

First off, I have to say I’ve been impressed by the amount of data SuperMoney offers on each company it has listed. Personally I actually enjoyed poking around various credit cards the site had listed and looking in-depth at what each one had to offer. Not only did SuperMoney’s pages give an overview of what each card was about and what type of person would be best served by it but they also included a list of all fees, a credit score range for who might get approved for each card, and other helpful info.

SuperMoney Compare Personal Credit Cards

Final Thoughts on SuperMoney

Overall, the idea of SuperMoney is one that’s long overdue — even if parts of that idea have been done before to varying degrees. What makes SuperMoney different from some predecessors is its (mostly) clean execution and diversity in verticals. At the same time, SuperMoney shows some of the growing pains that come with launching a site of this kind. Among these is the catch 22 that you need users to help flesh out your listings, but attracting them can be difficult if certain sections feel incomplete.

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