Hi @Sanea, I am still not 100 % sure what bank details you are talking about
Revolut used an account with Barclays for top ups. And now it is with Lloyds. It changed a while back like Andreas said. These account details are the same for all customers. The information that is unique is only the reference code but not IBAN and BIC. So as long as you are seeing a reference code in the app, you are using the IBAN / BIC (or account no. / sort code) like thousands of other Revolut users. The reference code is used to allocate the money with ones Revolut card. This is how Revolut was designed.
Having said that, Revolut introduced indeed a while ago “unique local UK accounts” where customers could get a unique personal account number for UK transfers. Before this change happened, customers had to agree to new terms and conditions and only after that, the app would display these new informations.
If you want to know if the “personal” UK account is available for you, check the beneficiary. Is it your name or is it Revolt LTD?