MoneyMax.ph Launches Car Insurance Comparison Platform
Manila, Philippines – The Philippines’ first financial comparison platform MoneyMax.ph is now ready to give its users the ability to compare and get car insurance plans in the Philippines, offering specific premium quotations based on car owners’ individual vehicle details.
Starting with the launch of credit card, broadband plan and housing loan comparison platforms early this year, MoneyMax.ph is now the first comparison site to offer a fast and easy way to find the best car insurance deal in the market. It spells an end to those days when car owners have a slim chance of getting the best plans and coverages for their cars.
MoneyMax.ph’s car insurance comparison platform is fast, convenient and easy to use. With the website’s comprehensive database of official Philippine-released automobiles, a car owner can just search and input the exact car model, car make and trim of the vehicle and some basic personal details to compare monthly and yearly car insurance premiums available.
“MoneyMax.ph is determined to help Filipinos save time and money by providing a wide array of product comparisons that can let them get the best deals in the market.” says MoneyMax.ph Co-Founder and Managing Director Jorrit Koop.
Aside from its powerful comparison platforms, MoneyMax.ph also features comprehensive product guides, FAQs, and glossaries online, so readers are sure to be well-informed, whatever financial product they are looking to avail. Its partnerships with big media outfits in the country also show its commitment to provide helpful tips, news, guides and information that can help Filipinos become financially savvy.
MoneyMax.ph is one of the ventures of Compare Asia Group, the biggest financial comparison engine present in many countries across the ASEAN region.
“The Internet has changed everything. Consumers are already using flight comparison, hotel comparison, gadget reviews and price comparison sites to get the best deals and save time and money – a concept which is very appealing to the Filipino market. Once the customer moves to price comparison, there is no going back to the old way,” shared Stuart Glendinning, Head of Channels at Compare Asia Group.
Backed by Nova Founders Capital, which recently nabbed $50M from Hong Kong investment firm Pacific Century Group, Compare Asia Group aims to create the Asia’s largest financial technology ecosystem.