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Even’s Technology Now Powering Credit.com’s Personal Loan Marketplace

New York, NY – March 14, 2018 – Even Financial, the technology platform powering financial services online, has expanded its strategic partnership with Credit.com, a go-to source for expert information about credit scoring, credit reporting, credit cards and personal finance. Even Financial will now power Credit.com’s personal loans marketplace, as well as its related content tools.

With this expanded partnership, Credit.com will provide its users access with a native, personalized and optimized loan matching experience, powered by Even Financial’s proprietary technology. Even’s technology utilizes machine learning, big data and an extensive network of touchpoints and financial products to provide a personalized experience. Previously, users searching for loans were referred directly to individual lenders’ websites to generic product information. Now, users are matched with a diverse list of recommended personal loan offerings and are approved in real-time without leaving Credit.com. This integration will soon expand to include other financial product recommendations such as mortgages, savings accounts and insurance.

“We are excited to expand our partnership with Even Financial,” said Jason Owen, GM of Credit.com. “We expect this agreement will result in a more enjoyable user experience for our members as we aim to provide them with more variety, options and significant user benefits.”

Even Financial has been powering components of Credit.com’s offerings since 2016. It is currently the only non-lender the website counts as a partner.

“Credit.com has been a trusted and valued Even Financial partner for several years, and we are thrilled to be expanding this strategic partnership,” said Raed Khawaja, SVP, Business Development for Even Financial. “Even’s technology and products are helping Credit.com complement its robust offering and position its business to remain a dominant player in the space, by differentiating their services.”

The new Credit.com personal loans experience will launch in early Q2 2018. For more information on Even Financial and its offerings, please visit: www.evenfinancial.com.




About Even Financial

Even Financial is the platform powering financial services online. Our API enables partners to connect consumers with real-time decisions and quotes from premium financial service providers, while our infrastructure is proven to acquire customers at a lower cost for banks, lenders and insurers. Our tools provide the data, transparency, compliance and optimization that are essential to scaling an increasingly programmatic financial services industry.

Even works with leading financial institutions, as well as over 150 companies, to create a vast network of financial products and services with the most comprehensive breadth of omni-channel touch-points available. To learn more about Even Financial, please visit: www.evenfinancial.com


About Credit.com

Credit.com’s goal to provide you with a complete understanding of your credit so you’re armed with the tools and information you need to make smarter financial decisions. By helping you to take a more active role in your credit management – much like you do with your checking or savings account – our free interactive tools and unbiased product comparisons put control on your side.

Since 1995, Credit.com has been the go-to source for expert information about credit scoring, credit reporting, credit cards and all things personal finance.

Credit.com was established to provide consumers access to comprehensive information and “best-of-breed” credit products and services. Our goal was then, as it is today, to help all consumers establish, rebuild and effectively use credit to benefit their credit profile and, by extension, their finances.

Free Education & Tools:
– New Personal Finance Articles Daily
– Credit Report Summary & Credit Scores (Updated Every 30 Days)
– Financial Calculators
– Credit Card Comparison & Reviews

Products and Services:
– Credit Cards
– Loans
– Credit Reports & Scores
– Credit Monitoring

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Our People

The Credit.com editorial team is staffed by a team of editors and reporters, each with many years of financial reporting experience. We’ve worked for places like the New York Times, American Banker, Frontline, TheStreet.com, Business Insider, ABC News, NBC News, CNBC and many others. We also employ a few freelancers and more than 50 contributors (these are typically subject matter experts from the worlds of finance, academia, politics, business and elsewhere).

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The Credit.com editorial team is committed to providing our readers and viewers with sound, well-reported and understandable information designed to inform and empower. We won’t tell you what to do. We will, however, do our best to explain the consequences of various actions, thereby arming you with the information you need to make decisions that are in your best interests. We also write about things relating to money and finance we think are interesting and want to share.

In addition to appearing on Credit.com, our articles are syndicated to dozens of other news sites. We have more than 100 partners, including MSN, ABC News, CBS News, Yahoo, Marketwatch, Scripps, Money Magazine and many others. This network operates similarly to the Associated Press or Reuters, except we focus almost exclusively on issues relating to personal finance. These are not advertorial or paid placements, rather we provide these articles to our partners in most cases for free. These relationships create more awareness of Credit.com in general and they result in more traffic to us as well.

Our Business Model

Credit.com’s journalism is largely supported by an e-commerce business model. Rather than rely on revenue from display ad impressions, Credit.com maintains a financial marketplace separate from its editorial pages. When someone navigates to those pages, and applies for a credit card, for example, Credit.com will get paid what is essentially a finder’s fee if that person ends up getting the card. That doesn’t mean, however, that our editorial decisions are informed by the products available in our marketplace. The editorial team chooses what to write about and how to write about it independently of the decisions and priorities of the business side of the company. In fact, we maintain a strict and important firewall between the editorial and business departments. Our mission as journalists is to serve the reader, not the advertiser. In that sense, we are no different from any other news organization that is supported by ad revenue.

Visitors to Credit.com are also able to register for a free Credit.com account, which gives them access to a tool called The Credit Report Card. This tool provides users with two free credit scores and a breakdown of the information in their Experian credit report, updated twice monthly. Again, this tool is entirely free, and we mention that frequently in our articles, because we think that it’s a good thing for users to have access to data like this. Separate from its educational value, there is also a business angle to the Credit Report Card. Registered users can be matched with products and services for which they are most likely to qualify. In other words, if you register and you find that your credit is less than stellar, Credit.com won’t recommend a high-end platinum credit card that requires an excellent credit score You’d likely get rejected, and that’s no good for you or Credit.com. You’d be no closer to getting a product you need, there’d be a wasted inquiry on your credit report, and Credit.com wouldn’t get paid. These are essentially what are commonly referred to as "targeted ads" in the world of the Internet. Despite all of this, however, even if you never apply for any product, the Credit Report Card will remain free, and none of this will impact how the editorial team reports on credit and credit scores.

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- The Credit.com Editorial Team