How to use Justmoney.co.za
Justmoney.co.za is your guide to money – independent and unbiased; we're here to help you find your way through South Africa's money maze! We'll help you to:
• Save money
• Compare the best deals
• Be informed about different products
• Find the right financial services for you
• Compare and save
You can use Justmoney.co.za's comparison tools to compare charges between different bank accounts, credit cards and savings accounts. This will help you to determine which accounts would suit you best.
Shop-around for great deals
Justmoney.co.za lets you 'shop-around' for great deals on products like home loans and insurance. We work with carefully selected partners who compare different providers to get you a good price and the most suitable product.
There are also lots of guides to help you get a better understanding of what products best suit your needs.
Improve your financial health
Financial services in South Africa are expensive and complicated, so Justmoney.co.za is not only here to save you money, we'll also show you how you can make your money work better for you.
Justmoney.co.za also offers you a range of specially created guides on different products, as well as explaining your rights as a consumer.
Justmoney.co.za is completely free!
We will never charge people to use Justmoney.co.za and we will never force you to register to be able to use our, comparison tools, calculators and guides. If you do register you will get extra information such as regular newsletters and product information.
Justmoney.co.za makes money from charging providers when you click on their 'apply' buttons, or from commission if you decide to use one of our partners. But rest-assured we will never let this sway our editorial independence or unbiased approach – we're here to help you.
Your views and opinions
Do you have a money related question or problem? If so, we'd love to hear from you.
Please tell us what you think of our calculators and the guides, as well as your experiences of financial products and services and their providers in South Africa. It doesn’t matter how technical or complicated your question is because we have several experts that can help you with your money problems. If you email us a money question we will pass it on to our panel of experts which cover a range of topics and products including debt, insurance, banking, medical schemes, loans and so much more.
Just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. In order for us to give you the best answer, provide us with as much information as possible and provide us with your email address so that we can respond to you. We’ll do our best to respond to your queries in a timely manner but we do get a lot of correspondence so it may take some time to get your question answered.
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