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VouchedFor hits review milestone

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27/10/2014
Having launched in 2011, the number of customer reviews of mortgage advisers and IFAs on VouchedFor.co.uk has reached 15,000, across just over 3,000 advisers.

VouchedFor was launched as a way for people to find a financial adviser they could trust. Reviews are available free to the public, with each adviser’s qualifications verified and displayed, alongside authenticated client reviews of that adviser.

The reviews contain a rating of the quality of advice, service and value for money.

Adam Price, founder and CEO of VouchedFor said, “The number of advisers we now cover with our qualification checks and client reviews means that wherever someone lives in the UK, we can help them find a top-class, trustworthy adviser near them.”

In addition to IFAs and mortgage advisers, VouchedFor has recently added the same service for solicitors. This new service is now available on the website, as a ‘beta test’, with 1,300 solicitors participating.

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