Do you know what the Disclaimer is and why it is so important? FINC4YOU is concerned with maintaining a clear and transparent relationship with you, reader or reader. And we know that this term, in English, is still little used. So, let’s explain to you what Finc4you’s Disclaimer is and why it’s so important to understand!
Well, know that the purpose of this page is to provide relevant information that facilitates your interaction with our platform. Not understanding this part can give you a completely different impression of what we are working to convey. And we don’t want that to happen. Our goal is to provide the best experience for the reader or reader of Finc4you, every time! Below, we have some important information you need to know. Come on?
How do we earn money? We receive a small compensation for advertising on our website from our partners when someone makes a request for proposal or is approved for a financial product that we refer. The articles we publish on Finc4you are based on qualitative and quantitative assessments of each product – only. Our partnerships can influence the products we write and review, the order the products appear in the “best” articles, where and whether the products appear on Finc4you, and where they are displayed on the site. We present several products, as you can see on our website, we do not guarantee the quality and timeliness of information on all of them, for this reason we prioritize and guarantee information from partner institutions.
Finc4you does not, under any circumstances, request amounts of money to release any type of financial product, whether credit card, financing or loan. If this happens, let us know through the form immediately. Notes: Finc4you works to keep all information as updated as possible. It is noteworthy that this information may differ from information found on the websites of financial institutions or service providers for a specific website.
Finc4you strives to keep all information up-to-date and accurate. This information may differ from what you see on the websites of financial institutions, service providers, or a specific product website. In the case of non-partner institutions, all financial products are presented without guaranteeing that the information is up to date. Whenever choosing your offer, read the conditions of the financial institutions and terms of acquisition.