The date when thousands of Irish Revolut customer cards will stop working, and it’s not far off

Irish Revolut customers have been urged not to forget that their Revolut cards will stop working after June 21.

All customers will need to upgrade their current card to continue using Revolut’s card services for the next few months.

In an email to customers last month, the company said: “We’ve been working hard to improve your card payment experience and have made some changes behind the scenes. To ensure your card benefits from these changes, please ask a free replacement debit card for each of these cards.

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The Revolut card in front of the Revolut Android mobile app launched on the smartphone is seen in Gdansk, Poland on July 9, 2019. Revolut reached more than 400,000 users in Poland this year. The number of Polish customers increased by 100% in a period of 9 months. Revolut Ltd is a UK financial technology company that provides banking services

“Your Revolut account and any other Revolut cards you have will continue to function as normal.”

The email added: “Your cards will continue to work until June 21, 2022. Don’t worry, we’ll send you some reminders before your cards stop working.”

Revolut even teased some more, ending their email with: “We can’t give too much away, but we have a couple of cool features coming in the next few months that you’ll need a new card to enjoy, so order yours today!”

The change will affect more than 1.7 million Irish Revolut users as the company makes way for future plans following its recent launch as a bank in Ireland.

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