NerdWallet (NASDAQ: NRDS) seeks to provide clarity for all of life's financial decisions. Its tools and advice make it easy to pay off debt, choose financial products and services (credit cards and insurance), and tackle major life goals, like buying a house and saving for retirement.
NerdWallet's Products & Differentiators
NerdWallet Mobile App
The NerdWallet app helps you with all sorts of financial decisions. You can keep tabs on all your finances in one place. Whether that’s staying on top of your spending and retirement savings or getting regular updates on your credit score activity, we help you track it while also helping you discover smart ways to master your money. We also provide recommendations on how to get the most for your money, how to build your credit score and more.
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Latest NerdWallet News
Sep 14, 2023
kvia By SALLY FRENCH of NerdWallet Sometimes hosts offering to rent their vacation home, RV or car through peer-to-peer sharing sites don’t show up at the time they promised to exchange keys. If you can’t get in contact with them, you might have been “ghosted,” leaving you stranded. Some companies will offer to refund your money and book something else if the host ghosts you, but the whole experience can be annoying. To avoid a severe disruption to your trip, come with a backup plan, including an understanding of the company’s policies, where to find Wi-Fi and potential alternative rental options. Reading reviews can help you avoid a ghosting situation in the first place. Article Topic Follows: AP-National
NerdWallet Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was NerdWallet founded?
NerdWallet was founded in 2009.
Where is NerdWallet's headquarters?
NerdWallet's headquarters is located at 875 Stevenson St., San Francisco.
What is NerdWallet's latest funding round?
NerdWallet's latest funding round is IPO.
How much did NerdWallet raise?
NerdWallet raised a total of $159.3M.
Who are the investors of NerdWallet?
Investors of NerdWallet include RRE Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, Valor Ventures, Camelot Financial Capital Management, iGlobe Partners and 3 more.
Who are NerdWallet's competitors?
Competitors of NerdWallet include SmartAsset, Frank, Credit Sesame, SoFi, Fintastico and 12 more.
What products does NerdWallet offer?
NerdWallet's products include NerdWallet Mobile App.
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