Curve declutters your wallet by effectively merging your payment cards into one.
It allows you to access your spending history at any time and notifies you with every payment to help keep track of your finances.
Simply download the Curve app, select your preferred card to activate it, and pay instantly.
It’s free to download the Curve app and get started with Curve.
Then, Curve has three subscription plans to choose from.
Yes, to carry out payment services activities.
Yes, in order to access and pay with various cards via the Curve app, you need to connect Curve to your bank account(s).
According to Curve, your I.D. and card details are protected by FCA security regulations, and your bank details are not shared with any retailers you purchase from.
Curve adheres to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard), which endeavours to keep your personal data, along with the payment systems you use, safe.
Curve also offers customer protection of up to £100,000 to cover you for fraudulent activity, faulty goods, failed refunds and more.
Yes, you can withdraw cash from your Curve card at any ATM that supports Mastercard Cards.
Yes. Earn Curve Cash by referring your friends and family. For each successful referral, both parties will earn £5. Download the app and use your Curve referral code to earn the reward.
Download the Curve app here.
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