I’ve just taken a look at the terms and conditions for Revolut Trading and there it says:
No Guarantee of Rights
Whilst Instruments can often have rights to dividends and, in certain instances, the right to vote on certain matters at general meetings of the issuing company, you should not assume that you will be able to exercise these rights. The payment of dividends by a company is not guaranteed and you may not have the opportunity to exercise any voting rights attaching to those Instruments.
What does that mean? That Revolut is going to or can just keep my dividends? And if not, why does this text not clearly state the opposite?
/edit: Thanks to the responses, I can see that this can be read differently than how I did. Nevertheless, I do still think it’s ambiguous and should be fixed.