I have a more complex question about the annual topup limit which I’m hoping someone can answer.
I trade cryptocurrency. Freelance accounts dont allow crypto (as per tos) , so I’m using a personal account.
I deposit money into revolut , and from there out to the crypto exchanges. Then , often the money is returned to my non-revolut bank account , or my revolut account , or perhaps to another exchange
This is resulting in my topup limits being used up pretty quickly. I’m on about 120k GBP , and this is being burned through - and not as a result of raw income.
I have shown this to support. They have raised my limit in the past based on the deposits shown from the crypto exchanges without a problem. I can prove the source of funds obviously in all cases.
My question is :
What is the maximum annual topup limit that revolut allows? I plan to move a bit more money around in crypto , but where does the limitations stop? Will I get a 500k GBP topup limit if I can prove source of funds? How about 1m GBP? How about 2m GBP?
I see the freelance account is <= 100K GBP per month incoming funds , but theres no info on the personal accounts.
I’m a premium customer , and have been very happy using revolut. The annual topup limit may become my only hurdle depending on how big it can get. I want to make contingency plans if the account becomes useless due to an annual limit that cannot be increased any further.