BetterCompare.co.za launches in South Africa Submission Details
Author: Derek Wilson from Better Compare (PTY) Ltd.
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Notes to Editors
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More Insurers invited
Better Compare is in process of onboarding more insurers. The platform will also compare other products such as personal loans and life insurance.
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Better Compare (PTY) LTD is an Authorised Financial Service Provider (FSP49357).
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