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Obtaining Finance is Hassle Free with Splurf



Nigel Lewis

30th November 2006

Splurf – Obtaining Finance is Hassle Free with Splurf

Splurf, New Zealand’s online multiple quote service reports significant interest in the area of finance and loan enquiries. Splurf is a powerful online tool that enables consumers to source multiple quotes for products and services at the push of a button.

The websites finance service has proven to be a particularly popular category. Nigel Lewis, Splurf’s co-founder, says members know that when they send off a finance application, whether its for a personal loan, debt consolidation, vehicle finance or a home loan, that they are getting the best deal possible because lenders are competing for their business.

“With so many companies out there offering financial services, people rarely know where to start or how to find the best deal. Splurf provides instant relief to these kinds of issues,” says Lewis.

Splurf is a website that takes the hassle of calling multiple companies for quotes; by submitting one enquiry the Splurf member knows exactly how many business have received it. They then sit back and wait for the responses, which is all done through the Splurf Members e-mail inbox. Splurf offers a truly revolutionary tool for New Zealand consumers.

Membership with Splurf is free and can be obtained by visiting

For further information on Splurf call the customer services team on 09 274 0569.


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