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Asked by Saprava on 17th March 2016 Report this content
I am really confused to use them or not. They get paid by the lender. Hence, it is helpful especially when brokers who charge fee and misguide. However looking at 91 highly negative reviews, I am really confused, please help?

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Report this content MorganDaly Written on: 18/03/2016
1. They are free to use. If you don't enjoy using them, you can just stop and use someone else. There's no financial risk. 2. They are consistently ranked as best broker. 3. Moneysavingexpert site recommends them. 4. They are free (worth saying again!)
Asked by GrahameWood on 21st January 2014 Report this content
How does the company make its money? Why do well-known mortgage providers (eg HSBC, Yorkshire Bldg Soc) not feature in your website's best buy list?

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