NextAdvisor.com says they are a consumer information site that offers free, independent reviews and ratings of online services. One caveat: They receive advertising revenue from most, but not all, of the companies whose products and services they review. Does that sound like they will be unbiased? Still, the site can provide some helpful information.
Stuff they review:
Audiobooks, Auto Insurance,
Diet Programs , Email Marketing,
The information on no-interest credit cards was informative.
They have a list of the top cards with 0% intro APR periods so you won't pay any interest until 2016. Make sure you aren't getting ripped after the intro rate expires or that there is some other catch! The link to the CARES link below lists some of the credit card companies dastardly tricks. This site is part of the U.S. Senate Federal Credit Union.
Credit cards are evil...Credit Awareness Resource and Educational Service or are they...Get Rich Slowly
and Consumer Man on NBC News