We’ve added a few small changes to our terms and conditions. These will come into effect on the 23rd August 2017. Here’s a quick snapshot of what’s changing:
New top-up currencies
We’ve moved to a new issuing bank called Wirecard Card Solutions Limited. This is great news, as it means you can now hold and exchange 12 new currencies in the app. As a result - you will become subject to our new card issuer’s terms found here.
In extremely rare cases, a customer may have a negative balance. This could happen, for example, when a shop authorizes a delayed payment. In these cases, we have the right to recover the money owed via the bank card used to add money to your Revolut account. We would always reach out to you first and keep you updated every step of the way.
You can read our full terms and conditions here.
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