Beware scammers posing as phone support agents 🚨

We have received reports that a small network of scammers are calling or sending SMS messages to our customers pretending to be Revolut support agents.

Revolut only provides customer support via the in-app chat. If someone contacts you via our phone number +44 203 322 8352, it’s likely to be a scam. We only ever use this number to receive incoming calls. We will not send your SMS authentication code from our UK phone number.

Our separate SMS phone numbers are only used to send you the SMS authentication code, or for updates regarding your account. Our support agents will never contact you via those phone numbers.

These phone numbers can easily be replicated, which unfortunately, is out of our control. Remember: never tell anyone your security details, including your PIN code or SMS authentication code. Our support agents will never ask for these as part of your verification.

No unsolicited calls 📱

In the rare cases where we do reach out to you, we will contact you first via the in-app chat and let you know that we will be calling you.

If you are in any doubt about whether you’re speaking to a real support agent, always ask them to send you a message via the in-app chat. If the agent cannot message you while you are on the call, hang up and file a report with us and with UK Action Fraud. Do not accept any form of alternative proof, such as an SMS or email.

Security alerts

To achieve the best security controls on your account, please enable push notifications from the Revolut app and ensure that you have verified your email address to receive security alerts from Revolut.

Please pay attention to the push notifications from the Revolut app, which we send to inform you of important events regarding your account. For example, when you log in on a new device, Revolut will send a notification to all of the devices you have previously used to log in to the Revolut app. We may also send you an authentication token via email to approve access from a new device.

If you ever receive such a notification or email, but did not attempt to log in from a new device, please immediately change your login PIN code and contact us via in-app chat.

We take your trust in our service very seriously, and we recommend taking a look at our security features to help protect your account from unauthorised access.

For more on what steps Revolut takes to keep your account safe, read our blog on phishing scams and SIM swap.