Dublin, Ireland (PressExposure) July 07, 2007 -- The recently launched Internet portal betterdeals-creditcards.com provides its users with a range of different addresses that profit from the use of credit cards. Sports teams and charity organizations appear on the portal's pages as recipients of a share of the revenues that usually go to credit card companies.
The companies' trend to attract customers with credit cards dedicated to sports teams or organizations from the third sector had failed in the sense that it did not provide a selection range to choose from. As a result, consumers had depended on chance while picking out a recipient. When confronted with the option of choosing between a usual credit card and one that supports a sports team, customers would often choose the sports team's card, no matter what team it was dedicated to
A better choice was only available when a company provided more options to choose from. Nevertheless, the competitors' options did not reach the customers' eyes. Now, betterdeals-creditcards.com gives an overview over different recipients supported by various credit cards. This way, users pick out the recipient first, before choosing the credit card provider. As stated by the developers, the underlying objective is to enable customers to choose from all available options instead of just the alternatives provided by a single company.
To achieve this goal, the site is equipped with a whole section that presents a range of different recipients of a credit card's revenue share. For instance, users can choose between organizations for breast cancer and different sports teams. Besides obtaining details, users can follow the links to the concerning company's website in order to apply for the supportive card in question.
Being organized in this manner, betterdeals-creditcards.com combines the advantage of a single company's site that presents application forms with the option of an overview over other companies' offers, which enables users to come to a rational choice without the danger of getting lost on too many websites. Since a different window pops up for each offer, users do not run the risk of getting lost in navigation. To get back to their point of departure on betterdeals-creditcards.com, users just have to close the additional windows.