About Us

About your Money Matchmakers

The dream behind Money Matchmaker™

We want to make managing money easy and fun! We do this by giving Australians simple tools so they can make the best decisions they can about their money.

We want to build a nation of confident financial decision makers, in control of their own financial wellbeing.

We know that the world of finance is complex, often dull, and sometimes down right boring, so our goal is to provide you information in easy to understand ways, with quick personalised results, so the heavy lingo is removed and you’re left with the facts.

We crawl, then we walk, then we run - everything we do is researched, tested, tweaked, tested again, changed and then supported. We are constantly evolving what we do, to do the best for you.

The team behind Money Matchmaker™

The Money Matchmaker™ is the hero of the story, it’s really the engine that powers it all, but it is supported by some very dedicated and hands-on humans, a diverse, multicultural group of finance and savings experts, developers, designers, dreamers and go-getters.

Our Money Matchmaker™ Ambassadors

  • Shaun “Always loading”
  • Ari "Multi-threaded"
  • Mark “Graphics card”
  • Rodney “Dual-core processor”
  • Oxford “Notepad++”
  • Kaz “Framework”
  • Peter “Fetch Data”
  • Hyungjoon “Kinda like Linux”
  • Derald “Constants”

The story of Money Matchmaker™

We were born in 2018 with the simple idea of developing a hub for financial information and business loan guides. During our research it soon became apparent that Australians had a severe lack of available, impartial information on all types of finance, from credit cards and overdrafts to business loans and equipment finance.

The Money.com.au team was formed, bringing in the best financial writers, UX designers and web developers to create the foundations. We quickly expanded on our initial information offering with instantly popular financial tools - The Money.com.au Pay Calculator was an overnight success and helps thousands of Australians every day.

Then we got even smarter. We realised that Australians were done with the impersonal, the hard, the boring and time wasting. We looked at what people understood, what they liked using, and realised finding money should be as easy as shopping online, or swiping through date options.

We’ve done away with ‘advertised’ rates that you never get, hidden fees and marked up costs, hours wasted going to each lender to find out if you can apply for their loans, ruining credit scores on applications you’ll never go ahead with and being stalked by sites you just gave you data to once.

We created the Money Matchmaker™, just like when you use a dating app or go to a broker, we use your answers to show you real lenders, real rates and actual repayments across all our lenders that you’re eligible for; without any broker fees or marked up interest rates.

It saves time, it saves money, your data is safe and most importantly you’re in control. And that’s just the story for now. Watch this space.

Address

Money Pty Ltd,
Suite 3, Level 2,
1 Taylor Street,
Moorabbin, VIC, 3189 Australia

Company

Money Pty Ltd trading as Money
ABN: 42 626 094 773
ACL: 528698
AFCA: 83955

© Copyright 2021 Money Ltd.



Disclaimer

Money Pty Ltd (trading as Money.com.au) provides information about credit products and is authorised to do so as the holder of Australian Credit Licence 528698. Money.com.au does not compare every Lender in Australia. We are not a broker or credit provider and when we provide information via this website, we are not providing you with a recommendation or suggestion about a particular credit product. When you apply for a credit product via the Money.com.au website, you are not applying with us, you are applying directly with a Lender Partner. Before entering into any credit product from one of our Lender Partners, you should confirm the rates and product information with the Lender. All information on this website is general advice only and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider whether this advice is right for you and we encourage you to seek independent financial advice.