Please add +507 Panama


#1

Hi

I do not see an option or way to add in +507 for Panama. On the website it doesnt work and in the app its not even an option. 506 and 508 and so on are but 507 is missing/not working. By the way Panama uses USD.

Awaiting response.

Thanks


#2

hello there support ???


#3

Hello,
Have you read this?


#4

Hi,

Which part are you referring to? Yes I did read it.

If both the website and the phone app doesn’t have +507/Panama I can’t even sign up for an account.


#5

I am referring to this:
Revolut is available to legal residents of the following countries:

Aland Islands, Austria, Azores, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canary Islands, Channel Islands, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, French Guiana, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Guadeloupe, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Martinique, Mayotte, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, RĂ©union, Romania, Saint Helena, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, St. Martin, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

In the future we aim to become available worldwide!


#6

Ah! But then that brings up more questions and its confusing…
:

  1. When registering account/signing up it allows many countries not on that list both by name and telephone number. Why? Could it be that list is outdated?
  2. In shipping options it almost shows worldwide locations. Not just EU.
  3. No mention anywhere or in any marketing material that it is limited to EU applicants only?
  4. If really is EU only would one qualify by having an address in one of those EU countries?

#7

Hey @samnewman :slight_smile:

What makes you qualify at the moment, just as @redi pointed, is being a

:r: is (slowly) spanding to more countries, but for now you unfortunately can’t sign up from Panama :frowning:


#8

Thank you.

So Singapore and USA hasn’t happened yet either? I recall reading that Singapore and USA were going to happen last year.


#9

I agree about this, there should be no phone number restrictions.
Imagine a European living in both England and Korean, having only a Korean number. Why couldn’t he register?


#10

Confused… FAQ states EU residents.

Some news articles show USA, Singapore, Australia, HK and more Asian expansion last year and this year.

Then I see following revolut pages:






#11

There is only pre-registration for these countries. They will officially open - theoretically - in Q1 2018.


#12

Ok. Thank you.

But there really shouldn’t be ANY number restriction now should there?

What happens when a EU resident or a resident of one of these new countries then happens to travel to a location like Panama or wherever else and they cant get their new number registered/working because the country and country code doesnt exist on Revolut system?