We value expert insight into financial topics. We always seek to complement our research and content with insights from respected subject matter experts. These include individuals who work in the field of personal finance, credit and lending, consumer behavior, research and government.
We do not publish sponsored posts. Our content doesn't contain sales pitches or spammy articles, and there are no connections to other websites that aim to trick readers into falling for gimmicks or frauds.
Main points of the editorial policy:
- Transparency of information.
- Strict fact checking.
- High-quality sources.
- Checking all text materials for plagiarism.
- Proving our claims with screenshots or graphs.
- Prioritizing valuable information for readers
These statements are regularly reviewed and updated.
Fact checking policy
We pay a lot of attention to fact-checking and all the information on the site. We do not strive to mislead our readers.
The process of fact-checking on our blog includes:
- Regular updates in the articles
- Checking articles to make sure they are factual. Invalid sources are not used. Contradictory information is not allowed.
- Providing information in as readable and comprehensible form as possible, so that the reader does not have difficulty or confusion in understanding
- Regular checks of published content for relevance and validity.
- Obtaining information from several independent sources.
The information on the site is presented in different formats - both in text and in comparison tables. We make sure that the data is up to date in both cases.
We stand by the information we publish and deem it to be accurate. If proven otherwise, We change the information as swiftly as reasonably possible.
Digido's editorial team employs a variety of fact-checking techniques in certain circumstances that it deems justifiable. The primary goal is to meet our editorial quality standards.
The facts that are mentioned in each article are selectively verified by authoritative sources.