As a newly registered member I was about to ask about a question about the accepted cards and currencies. Specifically, I have a Mastercard debit card (which isn’t accepted) and a bank account in one of the EUR countries, yet for some reason I can’t select EUR as my default currency. Only the currencies of Hong Kong, Mexico, Thailand and Turkey are available to choose for some reason.
On the help pages (help.revolut.com), both Mastercard and EUR are mentioned as being eligible, however I’m afraid this might be one of those “The devil is in the details” cases. Since I still can’t post a new topic, I hope there’s at least an already open discussion where I can post about this issue.
Thanks a lot for approving of my post. Now that it’s moved to a more appropriate place (which I couldn’t find the first time I entered this Community page), I think I can further expand on my issues.
Exactly. It’s a Mastercard debit issued from a third party that I want to link for top ups. When the Revolut app asks me to enter the card details, the error message shows up immediately after I’ve typed the first 8 digits. It says with red letters: “Mastercard cards not supported to send money”
I’m trying to link my Revolut account to this bank account (so it’s the first of the two options you mentioned). The bank in question is Unicredit Bank Austria. The app seems to have recognized and accepted it based on the info I provided (IBAN, BIC, address, etc.) except it doesn’t let me choose Euro as my base currency.
When you’re initiating third party access via Unicredit, the third party app connects to Revolut’s APIs. After identity verification, a page should pop up where you can select which accounts should be visible for the third party. For me, this included all active balances, including the Pro account and pockets. “Savings” accounts do not show up here for me.
It sounds like this is the step you’re referring to where the EUR account is missing from the list of options? Depending on the settings you confirm here, Unicredit will be granted access to all or just some accounts.
I would try this authorization process from scratch again. If Revolut does not allow you to grant access to an active EUR account, I would document this with screenshots and contact the support.