End date for Revolut card users as services will end for thousands in Ireland if no action is taken

Revolut users will experience a major change in the services of the financial institution, the impact of which will be felt in a few weeks.

Some users’ cards will no longer be valid following an announcement by the company following its official launch as a bank earlier this year.

Customers will need to upgrade their current and old cards to continue using Revolut services soon, as these will stop working after June 21.

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In an email, the company said: “We recently contacted you to let you know that we’ve made some changes to improve your card payment experience.

“We want you to take advantage of these changes, so don’t forget to ask for your free replacement debit card…”

He added that existing cards will continue to work until June 21 and that he would be issuing a warning before they stop working.

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

Request your free replacement cards and we’ll send them to the most convenient address in any of the 150+ countries we ship to. Track your shipment in the app, and remember to add your card to Apple Pay or Google Pay to get started. immediately.”

If a customer did not receive a communication from Revolut, there is no need to order a new card or take any action.

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